Reading Hayy Ibn-Yaqzan: A Cross-Cultural History of Autodidacticism

The Johns Hopkins University Press (2010)
The pursuit for the "natural-self" chapter one: taming the mystic (Marrakesh, 1160s) -- Climbing the ladder of philosophy (Barcelona, 1348) -- Rejecting authority, defying predestination and conquering nature (Florence, 1493) -- Employing the self, experimenting nature (Oxford, 1671) -- From individual autodidacts to utopian scientific societies.
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Call number B753.I54.B46 2010
ISBN(s) 0801897394   9780801897399
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