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Author: Michael O'Dea
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Language: English
Publisher: Voltaire Foundation in association with Liverpool University Press (December 3, 2010)
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Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment. Vol. Through multi-faceted analyses of Rousseau’s theatrical and musical works, authors re-evaluate his practical and theoretical involvement with and influence on the dramatic arts, as well as his presence in modern theatre histories. New readings of the Lettre à d’Alembert highlight its political underpinnings, positioning it as an act of resistance to external bourgeois domination of Geneva’s cultural sphere, and demonstrate the work's influence on theatrical reform after Rousseau’s death.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Les Philosophes: The Philosophers of the. Les Philosophes: The Philosophers of the Enlightenment and Modern Democracy. The writings of the French philosophes of the eighteenth century continue to remind us of fundamental human truths. They have, in addition, the advantage of being of great historical significance. Hanrahan, James (30 May 2016) While the Philosophes of the French Enlightenment were not revolutionaries and many were members of the nobility, their ideas played a. . Hanrahan, James (30 May 2016). Droit et philosophie à la lumière de l'Encyclopédie. Francis Hutcheson, a moral philosopher, described the utilitarian and consequentialist principle that virtue is that which provides, in his words, "the greatest happiness for the greatest numbers".

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This book gives us a new Rousseau, a Rousseau that Jonathan Israel, the current magisterial authority on Enlightenment (at least in the English-speaking world) has not yet imagined. But if Laurence Bongie was right about "David Hume: Prophet of the Counterrevolution," then Graeme Garrard must be right about Rousseau and t

Book Description Liverpool University Press, United Kingdom, 1994. The connection between Vernet's ideas and the social and political situation in his native Geneva is also studied in depth.

Book Description Liverpool University Press, United Kingdom, 1994.

On ne peut penser les Lumières sans l'auteur du Contrat social et l'Emile, mais on ne saurait cependant nier que Rousseau dénonce les 'philosophes modernes' dans les termes les plus forts. Comment donc penser les rapports entre Rousseau et les philosophes? Dans ce volume les spécialistes de Rousseau vont au-delà des oppositions figées. Ils montrent comment le 'citoyen de Genève', à partir de sources philosophiques partagées avec ses contemporains, délimite le champ de la raison et construit une pensée politique rigoureuse, s'imposant ainsi à ceux qui souvent rejettent ses idées religieuses ou sa dénonciation des sciences et des arts. Confrontant la richesse irréductible de ses écrits, les auteurs proposent le portrait intellectuel d'un homme qui construit sa pensée à la fois avec et contre les philosophes, les obligeant à justifier ou à modifier leurs propres convictions face au défi que représente son uvre. Figure emblématique de son siècle, Rousseau suscite l'indignation mais oblige aussi à des réexamens difficiles. C'est par l'étude de cette position à la fois centrale et marginale que l'on peut saisir la force de sa pensée et discerner ce qu'elle signifie pour nous.