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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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Modern Political Thought: Readings from Machiavelli to Nietzsche

David Wootton - 1996 - 946 páginas
...interest of two orders is given first and second place; the public interest is given merely third place. all mankind, a perpetual and restless desire of power after does not allow of being represented. It is either itself or something else; there is nothing in between....
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Rousseau: 'The Social Contract' and Other Later Political Writings

Jean-Jacques Rousseau - 1997 - 341 páginas
...interest of two orders is assigned first and second places, the public interest only third place. [5] Sovereignty cannot be represented for the same reason...consists essentially in the general will, and the will does not admit of being represented: either it is the same or it is different; there is no middle ground....
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Rulers and Ruled: An Introduction to Classical Political Theory from Plato ...

Irving M. Zeitlin - 1997 - 206 páginas
...and representatives has been adopted to replace the assemblies of the people. For Rousseau, however, sovereignty cannot be represented for the same reason that it cannot be alienated. It is clear that Rousseau's rejection of representation presupposed a demographically and geographically...
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The Social Contract

Jean-Jacques Rousseau - 1998 - 139 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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In Defense of Anarchism

Robert Paul Wolff - 1998 - 86 páginas
...can be found in Rousseau's Social Contract. In opposition to such writers as Locke, Rousseau writes : 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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Rousseau

Timothy O'Hagan - 2003 - 320 páginas
...last of these corrupt practices conflicts with the principle derived from the social contract that: sovereignty cannot be represented for the same reason...the general will and the will cannot be represented . . . The deputies of the people, therefore, are not nor can they be its representatives; they are...
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On Jean-Jacques Rousseau

James Swenson - 2000 - 320 páginas
...social, p. 368). He returns to the charge in a chapter of book III specifically devoted to the issue: "Sovereignty cannot be represented for the same reason...alienated; it consists essentially in the general will, and will cannot be represented [la volonte ne se represente point]: It is the same or it is other; there...
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Emerson, Thoreau, and the Role of the Cultural Critic

Sam McGuire Worley - 2001 - 174 páginas
...existence of a general will with which the population legislates for itself. "Sovereignty," he argues, "cannot be represented, for the same reason that it cannot be alienated. It consists essentially of the general will, and will cannot be represented."24 individuals to band together and form a society....
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The Invisible Origins of Legal Positivism: A Re-Reading of a Tradition

W.E. Conklin - 2001 - 350 páginas
...is a rational subject who presents or embodies the signs of the body politic. As Rousseau explains, "[sovereignty cannot be represented, for the same reason that it cannot be alienated; its essence is the general will, and the will cannot be represented - either it is the general will...
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The Invisible Origins of Legal Positivism: A Re-Reading of a Tradition

W.E. Conklin - 2001 - 350 páginas
...subject who presents or embodies the signs of the body politic. As Rousseau explains, "[sjovereignty cannot be represented, for the same reason that it cannot be alienated; its essence is the general will, and the will cannot be represented - either it is the general will...
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