Is Cleopatra VII really Egyptian or Greek?


  • Réponse publiée par: elaineeee

    As best as Historians can tell, Cleopatra VII was Greek. She was a descendant of Alexander the Great's Macedonian general Ptolemy.

  • Réponse publiée par: maledabacuetes

    general will is what a fully-informed body politic (community of citizens) would unanimously do if, by using good reasoning and judgment unclouded by bias and emotion, it would make general laws and decisions intended to ensure the common good. general will presupposes the existence of a generally-accepted political and social ideal. rousseau characterized general will as being always abstract, establishing rules and setting up systems of government, but never being specific about which individuals were subject to the rules or about who the particular members of social classes or the particular rulers in the government were. the general will (volonté générale) was not merely the sum of all the individual wills of those who participate in the social contract, nor was it expressed simply in social customs and mores; rather, it was an over-arching concept that infallibly sought the good of society as a whole. those who surrendered their individual rights to the general will were exercising their personal freedom, because they themselves were authors of the law.

  • Réponse publiée par: rhaineandreirefuerzo


    Are there any options?

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