(a) Does the video make clear; the purpose of the proposed health promotion campaign and the target
(b) Is the rationale for why this issue is a priority area for health promotion (maybe in comparison with other
issues) clear? if so, explain. If not, explain.
(c) Rationale for the health promotion approach, why these actions, this delivery model, these resources, this
content, these messages – are these relevant to the issue.
Rousseau outlines what he believes to have been humans natural state as a prehistoric existence motivated only by the most basic of needs. Rousseau writes that what distinguishes the human from all other animals is his capacity for perfectibility and says, It would be sad for us to be forced to concur that this distinctive faculty, which is almost boundless, is the source of all the misfortunes of man, that it is what pulls him by the power of time out of this original condition in which he would flow through quiet and innocent days, that with the passage of centuries it is what hatches his enlightenment and his errors, his vices and his virtues, and makes him at length a tyrant over himself and nature. (Rousseau 187). In an attempt to perfect himself man left the state of nature unknowingly corrupting himself. Rousseau does not theorize that those in the state of nature were good or moral humans. They were humans without a social contract thus had no conception of morals or of good and evil. Those in the state of nature still acted in their own self-interest but were unable to do so maliciously. Rousseau portrays these people as naturally innocent in the same way he understood children to be. An infant, having no sense of right or wrong cannot act out of spite. Rousseau maintains humility in his arguments, never claiming certainty for his theories. “Let my readers not imagine therefore that I dare to flatter myself with having seen something which appears to me so difficult to see […]it is nevertheless necessary to have some accurate notions in order to assess well our present condition” (102).He makes it clear this is a personal argument, what he personally>GET ANSWER