similarities that enabled the formation of a firm friendship between Rousseau and Diderot, it was still clear from the beginning, that there were equally fundamental differences in temperament, ambition and vision – delineate these differences.
Read the pdf attached and then answer the question that I have written beside number 1.
“First Contacts” in Lester G. Crocker’s Jean Jacques Rousseau: The Quest, 1712-1758, pp. 140-153.
For all the similarities that enabled the formation of a firm friendship between Rousseau and Diderot, it was still clear from the beginning, that there were equally fundamental differences in temperament, ambition and vision – delineate these differences. Hint: Notice, for example that while Diderot, like Rousseau, was uncomfortable in polite society, he neither envied nor resented it in the same way as Rousseau. -ANSWER THIS-