Theories of evil

Theory of evil

Jean-Jacques Rousseau
June 28, 1712-

Jean-Jacques Rousseau's believed that the reason that there was evil doing was because of the risk of self preservation from a human. If they felt threatened by others and thought that they would be endangered to get what they need they would act out and do evil. Rousseau thought that people acted the way they acted because of their experiences with society like jealousy, envy, killing and stealing. To prevent their acts Rousseau  believe they should raise their offspring to be their selves and believe in their selves and also live according to the values of society.

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