Theory and practice in the eighteenth century: writing between philosophy and literature

London: Pickering & Chatto (2008)
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Brings together scholars who use literary interpretation and discourse analysis to read 18th-century British philosophy in its historical context. This work analyses how the philosophers of the Enlightenment viewed their writing; and, how their institutional positions as teachers and writers influenced their understanding of human consciousness.

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