The Anthropology of the Enlightenment

@inproceedings{Wolff2007TheAO,
  title={The Anthropology of the Enlightenment},
  author={L. Wolff and M. Cipolloni},
  year={2007}
}
Contents PREFACE iiii Contributors iiii INTRODUCTION 1 Chapter One Discovering Cultural Perspective: The Intellectual History of Anthropological Thought in the Age of Enlightenment Larry Wolff PART I: Philosophical History and Enlightened Anthropology Chapter Two Barbarians and the Redefinition of Europe: A Study of Gibbon's Third Volume J. G. A. Pocock Chapter Three The Immobility of China: Orientalism and Occidentalism in the Enlightenment Anthony Pagden Chapter Four Doux Commerce, Douce… Expand
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