History of European Ideas 9 (5):583-595 (1988)

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Emily Michael
Brooklyn College (CUNY)
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We greatfully ackknowledge that research for this projrect was supported by N.E.H. fellowship and by grant from the American Philosophical Society. All Transletions are our own, unless otherwise noted
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