Jean-Jacques Rousseau wrote a lot about freedom and equality and the inherent goodness of people left in a state of nature. We assume that by "state of nature," he meant "naked," and we wholeheartedly agree with his philosophies based on this idea alone.
He's probably most famous for writing Emile, his pedagogical philosophy that addressed educating children without corrupting them. (I guess we're supposed to ignore all that stuff about the 5 illegitimate children he had sent to orphanages so he didn't have to support them. That doesn't undermine his writings at all.)
We don't read philosophy here at Literary Makeovers!!! because it's too hard and super boring. We do, however, read wikipedia pages. Apparently, one time he wrote this: "Man is born free, and everywhere he is in chains." Oooh, Rousseau, we didn't know you were into chains! You're pretty hot after all!