Jean-Jacques Rousseau was a Swiss-French philosopher, writer and composer. He was an integral part of the Enlightenment, and greatly influenced the French Revolution, as well as future education and politics. His most famous works are Emile and Confessions.
|Full Name||Jean-Jacques Rousseau|
|Birth Date||June 28, 1712|
|Death Date||July 2, 1778|
|Cause of Death||cerebral bleeding / stroke|
|Mother||Suzanne Bernard Rousseau|
|Spouse||Marie Therese le Vasseur|
Rousseau was an acquaintance of Giacomo Casanova.
How Added - Was #80 on "100 Most Significant Figures in History" list by Time magazine.