- Words: 2166
- Length: 8 Pages
- Topic: Black Studies - Philosophy
- Paper #: 28038800
Here, Burke argued that revolution in general, and the French Revolution in particular, must be matched with reason and a reluctance to completely give up to radical thinking.
Rousseau gave in directly to the revolution, arguing that it is a direct result of man's socialization, but Burke was much more cautious: Revolution is not automatically good for Burke, nor is it intrinsic to man.
Given Burke's record as a strong supporter of