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Mill and Rousseau: A Comparison of Their Ideas of Liberty

..a...moral being possessed of a will; and this general will, which tends always to the preservation and welfare of the whole and of every part, and is the source of the laws, constitutes for all members of the state, in their relations to one another and to it, the role of what is just or unjust....

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