Our wrap series have an elegant magnetic enclosure to keep prying eyes out, and bits & pieces in. Each book has a ribbon marker to help you find where you left off. A generous size memento pouch keeps all the loose papers in one easy-to-find spot. This is the perfect addition to the artists, writers, and students lifestyles.
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One of history's great revolutionary thinkers, Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) changed the faces of philosophy, musical composition and literature. His effective articulations about freedom and democracy made him one of the most important architects of the eighteenth-century Enlightenment movement. His enduring expressions paved the way for Romantic sentiment and his vast and humane imagination helped to forever change the way philosophers view humanity and society. In his famed treatise, The Social Contract, he wrote that "Man is born free, and everywhere he is in chains." He felt that society was detrimental to humans as it moved us from a healthy respect for sentience and reliance on compassion to what he called amour-propre or pride and fear.