The Concept of the Self in the French Enlightenment

Genève, Droz (1969)
Chapter I PHILOSOPHICAL CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS The concept of the self has been termed one of the persistent problems in philosophy1. ...
Keywords Enlightenment  Philosophy, French  Self (Philosophy) France History  Philosophy, Modern History
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