Jean Jacques Rousseau

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French Pop Music Artists
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Jacques Plante Memorial Trophy
... The Jacques Plante Memorial Trophy is awarded annually to the goaltender in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League with the best goals-against average ... It is named for Hockey Hall of Fame goaltender Jacques Plante ...
Jacques - Fictional People
... "Frère Jacques", French children's song Jacques Blanc, character from the Onimusha series Jacques the Cleaner Shrimp, character from Finding Nemo Dr ... Jacques Von Hämsterviel, character from Lilo Stitch Jacques, boss character from the original Spyro the Dragon (also the level's name, and the name of the music track which plays during the level ... Jacques Beaupierre, character in the Aaron Elkins novel Skeleton Dance Jacques The Scratcher, a boss from the computer game " Wizard 101" Jacques Chétoi ...
Jean-Jacques Rousseau - Online Texts
... Effects of the Arts and Sciences English translation Confessions of Jean-Jacques Rousseau English translation, as published by Project Gutenberg, 2004 ... revision and correction of Barbara Foxley's Everyman translation, at Columbia) Full Ebooks of Rousseau in french on the website 'La philosophie' Mondo Politico Library's presentation of Jean-Jacques ... on 2008-12-20 The Creed of a Savoyard Priest English translation Works by Jean-Jacques Rousseau at Project Gutenberg (French) Texts of J.-J ...
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    Reading, solitude, idleness, a soft and sedentary life, intercourse with women and young people, these are perilous paths for a young man, and these lead him constantly into danger.
    —Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712–1778)