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" Sovereignty cannot be represented for the same reason that it cannot be alienated; it consists essentially in the general will, and the will cannot be represented; it is the same or it is different; there is no medium. "
The Trend of History: Origins of Twentieth Century Problems - Página 148
por William Kay Wallace - 1922 - 372 páginas
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The French Revolution: Chapters from the Author's History of England During ...

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - 1904 - 585 páginas
...monarchy. In the first place, the English theory of representative government is wholly erroneous. ' The sovereignty cannot be represented, for the same reason that it cannot be alienated, because it consists essentially in the general will. The deputies of the people are not, and cannot...
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Readings in Political Philosophy

Francis William Coker - 1914 - 573 páginas
...interest of two orders is put in the first and second rank, the public interest only in the third. //Sovereignty cannot be represented for the same reason...represented; it is the same or it is different; there is no medium. The deputies of the people, then, are not and cannot be its representatives; they are only...
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The Fundamental Concepts of Public Law

Westel Woodbury Willoughby - 1924 - 499 páginas
...the General Will, the sovereign cannot act except when the People is assembled." 28 And again, that "Sovereignty cannot be represented for the same reason...that it cannot be alienated; it consists essentially of the General Will, and the will cannot be represented ; it is the same or it is different ; there...
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Du Contrat Social

Jean-Jacques Rousseau - 1968 - 187 páginas
...of two classes being there given first and second place, and the public interest only third place. Sovereignty cannot be represented, for the same reason that it cannot be alienated; its essence is the general will, and will cannot be represented - either it is the general will or...
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Social Contract

Jean Jacques Rousseau - 2010 - 128 páginas
...deserved the first and second rank, and the public interest should be considered only in the third place. Sovereignty cannot be represented for the same reason that it cannot be alienated; its essence is the general will, and that will must speak for itself, or it does not exist: it is either...
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Machiavelli to Marx: Modern Western Political Thought

Dante Germino - 1979 - 401 páginas
...the idea that the people can be represented in their legislative capacity in the following passage: Sovereignty cannot be represented for the same reason...alienated; it consists essentially in the general will, and will is not represented (it is either this or that, there is no middle position). The deputies of the...
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Political Writings: Containing The Social Contract, Considerations on the ...

Jean-Jacques Rousseau - 1986 - 330 páginas
...interest of two classes is placed in the first and second place, the public interest in the third only. Sovereignty cannot be represented, for the same reason...alienated. It consists essentially in the general will, and will cannot be represented; will either is, or is not, your own; there is no intermediate possibility....
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The Ring of Representation: Negotiating Identities

Stephen David Ross - 1992 - 262 páginas
...pp. 10-11. 21. Ibid., pp. 209-10. 22. Ibid., p. 240. 23. A quite different idea appears in Rousseau: "Sovereignty cannot be represented, for the same reason...that it cannot be alienated. It consists essentially of the general will, and will cannot be represented. Either it is itself or it is different. There...
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The French Idea of Freedom: The Old Regime and the Declaration of Rights of 1789

Dale Van Kley - 1994 - 436 páginas
...launched a famous attack on "representation": "Sovereignty cannot be represented for the same reason it cannot be alienated. It consists essentially in the general will, and the will does not allow of being represented. It is either itself or something else; there is nothing in between."29...
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A Rhetoric of Bourgeois Revolution: The Abbé Sieyes and What is the Third ...

William Hamilton Sewell - 1994 - 221 páginas
...This was because Rousseau was profoundly suspicious of representative government. He insisted that "sovereignty cannot be represented, for the same reason that it cannot be alienated; its essence is the general will, and will cannot be represented." Thus he claimed that the English,...
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