Rousseau Between Nature and Culture : Philosophy, Literature, and Politics

Rousseau Between Nature and Culture : Philosophy, Literature, and Politics

Description

Rousseau has been seen as the inventor of the concept of nature; in this collective volume philosophers and literary specialists from France and the United States examine how Rousseau's philosophy can be reinterpreted from the point of view of a constant dialectical debate between nature and culture. In this, Rousseau is our true contemporary.


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Details

Author(s)
Anne Deneys-Tunney, Yves Charles Zarka, Karen Santos Da Silva
Format
Mixed media product | 206 pages
Dimensions
155 x 230mm
Publication date
07 Mar 2016
Publisher
De Gruyter
Publication City/Country
Berlin, Germany
ISBN10
3110457199
ISBN13
9783110457193