Ancient Postmodernism in the Philosophy of Rousseau

@inproceedings{Wokler2001AncientPI,
  title={Ancient Postmodernism in the Philosophy of Rousseau},
  author={R. Wokler},
  year={2001}
}
  • R. Wokler
  • Published 2001
  • Philosophy
  • Unless it was Immanuel Kant, who declined to believe it, practically no one who lived in the age of enlightenment ever took note of that fact.1 The term The Enlightenment made its inaugural appearance in only the late nineteenth century, The Scottish Enlightenment was first ushered into print in the early twentieth century, and the Enlightenment Project, about which virtually every contemporary social philosopher now speaks with authority, is an expression invented more than thirty-five years… CONTINUE READING
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