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Jean-Jacques Rousseau ou l'anti-économique

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  • Naudet Jean-Yves

    (Université Paul Cézanne (Aix-Marseille III)-CERGAM)

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Jean-Jacques Rousseau est l'auteur de l'entrée "économie politique" dans l'Encyclopédie en 1755. A ce titre, il aurait pu être l'un des fondateurs de cette discipline. Pourtant, la définition qu'il en donne est à l'encontre de la pensée libérale des physiocrates, puis des classiques, et constitue une véritable "anti-économique". En hypertrophiant le rôle de l'Etat et en niant l'intérêt personnel, Rousseau est au contraire l'un des pères du socialsme. En niant la liberté humaine, il nie aussi l'existence de choix éthiques.

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  • Naudet Jean-Yves, 2012. "Jean-Jacques Rousseau ou l'anti-économique," Journal des Economistes et des Etudes Humaines, De Gruyter, vol. 18(1), pages 1-12, May.
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