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And what value might it have for us? Montaigne has too often seen his thinking reduced to the expression of an '-ism'. Richard Scholar investigates the nature - and detail - of Montaigne's evolving attempts to seek out that elusive thing called truth.
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Examining at close quarters passages from across the Essais , Scholar provides twenty-first-century readers with a companion guide to a text that is rooted in the time and place of its composition and yet continues to speak to the present, to haunt its readers, to ask them the questions that matter. An Education in FreeThinking. An Introduction to Essaying. Two Cheers for FreeThinking. Advanced Search Advanced Search.
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The je-ne-sais-quoi in early modern Europe : encounters with a certain something
Chapters BETA. A Secret of Nature? Descartes and the Philosophers It is commonly said in the early modern period that elusive qualities draw natural bodies together.
A Certain Something: Montaigne This chapter attempts to rescue the je-ne-sais-quoi from its history of sedimentation and loss of semantic force as a supple lexical means of tracing powerful first-person experiences that elude explanation. Force God in Descartes' Physics. Gary C. Art as a Metaphor of the Mind. Andrea Lavazza - - Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 8 2 Ernest Gellner - - Analysis 16 5 - Locke, Language, and Early-Modern Philosophy.
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