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14 July, 19:35

A French philosopher that believed in the goodness of human nature. He was a champion of freedom and once wrote that "man is born free, and everywhere he is in chains," and He agreed with many thinkers of the Enlightenment in celebrating liberty and condemning tyranny. Unlike most Enlightenment thinkers he did not embrace reason because he felt that it made them cold and unsympathetic to others. He felt that we should follow our emotions rather than reason to solve human problems. He also stressed the importance of following nature. His ideas about the goodness of nature and the evil of society became the central assumption of Romanticism.

Question 4 options: George Gordon Byron, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,

Mary Shelley, Jean-Jacques Rousseau.

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  1. 14 July, 20:19
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    Jean-Jacques Rosseau would be the correct answer.
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