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“Man is born free but every where he is in chains” Who give this statement ?

A. Robert Gagne
B. Abraham Maslow
C. Gilbert
D. Jean Jacques Rousseau

Answer & Solution
Option: D
Explanation :Jean Jacques Rousseau(1712–1778) give the statement “Man is born free but every where he is in chains”. Rousseau was anti-authoritarian. Rousseau thinks that free will be a characteristic property of human beings, and implies the right of self-determination. He rejects the view of Aristotle that human beings are born unequal and the idea of divine right.
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