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ISSN 0869-5377
Author: Blinov Evgeny

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues

Blinov Evgeny

PhD Candidate at the University of Toulouse 2.
Address: R 220, 5 allées Machado, Toulouse F-31058, Cedex 09.
E-mail: moderator1979@hotmail.com.

Publications

Speech as the First Institution of Society: Rousseau and the Language Policy of Revolution / Logos. 2013. № 6 (96). P. 67-96
annotation:  The goal of this article is to analyze the theories of the origin of society set forth in Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Second Discourse and in his Essay on the Origin of Language. The article focuses on the role of speech in the proto-genesis of social connections, as Rousseau refers to speech as the “first institution of society”. The author also addresses a vast range of problems concerning the impact of Rousseau’s theoretical legacy on various aspects of the revolutionary government’s legislative activities during the Jacobin dictatorship. The main aim of the article is to expand upon the use of Rousseauist concepts in the development of new language policy. Additionally, the article reveals its immediate relation to essential topics of Rousseau’s works, such as the establishment of a new system of education and direct democracy.
Keywords:  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, origin of language, direct democracy, French Revolution, language policy, regeneration of classical virtues
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