The Social Contract

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What does Jean-Jacques Rousseau define as the rules created by members of a society to balance individual rights and the needs of the society?

What is the key difference between laws and ethics?

What are the fixed moral attitudes or customs of a particular group, based on which ethics are formed?

What are rules that define socially acceptable behaviors, from which laws are drawn?

Which of the following is an example of a common unethical practice mentioned in the text?

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Test your knowledge of laws and ethics with this quiz! Explore the concepts of individual rights, societal needs, and the rules that govern human behavior, as discussed by Jean-Jacques Rousseau in "The Social Contract, or Principles of Political Right." See how well you understand the relationship between laws and ethics and their impact on society.

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