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Jean-jacques rousseau remains an important figure in the history of philosophy as a believer in the plasticity of human nature, rousseau holds that good laws make for good citizens in book 4 chapter 3 of the social contract. Jean-jacques rousseau on nature he continued to have mental health problems his next major work was rousseau juge de jean-jacques, dialogues, completed in 1776 the social contract he explores in the book involves people recognizing a collective 'general will.