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Rousseau distinguishes four kinds of laws: political, civil, criminal and the laws of the fourth generation, "the most important of all" - "manners, customs and especially public opinion. " However, he stressed that his subject the social contract are just political laws. For these political (basic) laws of Rousseau notes that their universal nature will combine with the universality of the subject, so this law considers subjects as a whole (rather than as individuals), and acts as abstract (but not as separate actions). The purpose of any system of laws - freedom and equality. Liberty emphasizes Russo, can not exist without equality. "It is because the force things always tends to destroy equality, power laws, and should always try to preserve it. "

In the spirit of Montesquieu, Rousseau, and others spoke about the need to incorporate in Laws identity geographical factors of the country,lessons and morals of the people and etc. "In addition to rules common to all,every nation in itself concludes kind of beginning,which put them in a special way and makes its laws suitable for him alone. " And you should wait until the pores of maturity of the people,before than submit to his laws: "If you introduce laws prematurely, then the entire labor lost. " From these positions he criticizes Peter I, because he had subjected his people "of civilization is too early," when he was "not yet ripe for charters civil society "; Peter" would first create the Germans, Britons, when I had to start with to build Russian.

Laws - the necessary conditions of civil association and dormitories. But creating system of laws, a great thing and difficult, requiring considerable knowledge and acumen to achieve the union of reason and faith in the social organism. This "creates poverty in the legislation", which refers to the founders States, reformers in the field of politics, law and morality.

Great legislator Rousseau compares with a mechanic-inventor of the machine and creator of the sample, and a great statesman - with workers who only collects and sets in motion the machine. "Anyone who takes the liberty to establish any people - explains Rousseau's objectives and role of the great legislator - should feel able to change, so to speak, human nature, make each individual, which in itself is a kind closed and isolated entity, a part of a larger whole, from which this individual in a sense, gets his life and his being; change everything the human body, in order to strengthen it, I must put in place physical and independent existence, which we are all given by nature, existence of a partial and moral. "

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