Polity Press (2007)

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Roberto Esposito is one of leading figures in a new generation of Italian philosophers. This book criticizes the notion of the person and develops an original account of the concept of the impersonal - what he calls the third person
Keywords Individualism  Persons  Philosophy, Italian
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Call number B824.E8713 2012
ISBN(s) 9780745643984   0745643981
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