Issue #25 August 2019

Forced to be Free: Rethinking the Terms of Rousseau’s ‘Social Contract’

Tyler Loveless is a graduate student from Mississippi studying philosophy at The George Washington University with interests in phenomenology, existentialism, psychoanalytic theory, and political philosophy.

Works Cited

Cullen, Daniel E. Freedom in Rousseau’s Political Philosophy. DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 1993.

#25

August 2019

Introduction

Forced to be Free: Rethinking the Terms of Rousseau’s ‘Social Contract’

by Tyler Loveless

The Stars Were Not Made For Us: Veganism, ownership, and abolitionism

by Benedict O’Connell

Bergson, Daydreamers, and Sticklers: Seeking Individuation in Laughter

by Timofei Gerber

Foucault’s “Discursive Formations”

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