Daedalus: Rousseau for Our Time (Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Summer 1978)

Daedalus Rousseau for Our Time Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Summer We are told in this volume that an index of the character of an age may be given by the way in which it chooses to read and interpret Rousseau How do men and women today choose to think of him What im

  • Title: Daedalus: Rousseau for Our Time (Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Summer 1978)
  • Author: Stephen R. Graubard Jean Starobinski Judith N. Shklar Roger D. Masters Benjamin R. Barber Robert Wokler Lionel Gossman Allan Bloom
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Paperback
  • We are told in this volume that an index of the character of an age may be given by the way in which it chooses to read and interpret Rousseau How do men and women today choose to think of him What importance do they attach to the paradoxes and contradictions of his obviously troubled life Are they principally concerned with trying to puzzle out the ambiguities of his We are told in this volume that an index of the character of an age may be given by the way in which it chooses to read and interpret Rousseau How do men and women today choose to think of him What importance do they attach to the paradoxes and contradictions of his obviously troubled life Are they principally concerned with trying to puzzle out the ambiguities of his prose, or do they ask whether he analyzed correctly the principal moral deficiencies of society, whether he saw correctly the hazards of civilization, and whether his historical, anthropological, and philosophical analyses will, in fact, bear close scrutiny One can scarcely imagine an 18th century figure appropriate for contemporary consideration than Rousseau He lends himself to criticism, seeming at times almost to invite it His writings cannot be avoided by those who care to reflect on the moral and political unease of our day This is only of many reasons why it seemed so important for Daedalus to undertake this study Frank E Manuel A Dream of Eupsychia Judith N Shklar Jean Jacques Rousseau and Equality Bronislaw Baczko Rousseau and Social Marginality Jean Starobinski The Accuser and the Accused Lionel Gossman The Innocent Art of Confession and Reverie Benjamin R Barber Rousseau and the Paradoxes of the Dramatic Imagination Roger D Masters Jean Jacques Is Alive and Well Rousseau and Contemporary Sociobiology Robert Wokler Perfectible Apes in Decadent Cultures Rousseau s Anthropology Revisited Allan Bloom The Education of Democratic Man Emile William Kessen Rousseau s Children Joseph Featherstone Rousseau and Modernity Benjamin I Schwartz The Rousseau Strain in the Contemporary World
    Rousseau, the anticosmopolitan Daedalus MIT Press Rousseau, the anticosmopolitan Vol , No , Summer, of Daedalus on JSTOR Vol , No , Summer, Rousseau for Our Time Journal Info Daedalus Description Ddalus was founded in as the Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and established as a quarterly in Rousseau and the Paradoxes of the Dramatic Imagination. The Rousseau Strain in the Contemporary World ERIC Daedalus, Sum Discusses Rousseau s role as a moralist and his views on modern morality, the natural man, sociopolitical order, and social engineering The transformations of Rousseau s thoughts are discussed as they have influenced contemporary Anglo American democracy and Marxist Leninist Maoist ideology. Daedalus and the Eighteenth Century branches The range of Rousseau s work is as wide as that of Gibbon among the contributors to Rousseau for Our Time are philosophers, literary historians, psychologists, educators, and specialists in political science and govern ment For Rousseau developed a system which includes a theory of the origin of man, lan Rousseau in England Daedalus MIT Press Journals MIT Press Journals Staff How We Use Analytics Contact Location The MIT Press One Rogers Street Cambridge, MA More About Daedalus Journal Resources Editorial Info Abstracting and Indexing Release Schedule Advertising Info Rousseau in England Rousseau, the anticosmopolitan , Daedalus . daed Jul , Helena Rosenblatt Rousseau, the anticosmopolitan complex and paradoxical thinker, Rousseau has rightly been called the great wrecker of theories and categories This description is particularly tting when it comes to cosmopolitanism, an ideal and a constellation of values that he repeatedly denounced. Jean Jacques Rousseau Social Inequalities

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    1. Stephen R. Graubard Jean Starobinski Judith N. Shklar Roger D. Masters Benjamin R. Barber Robert Wokler Lionel Gossman Allan Bloom

      STEPHEN R GRAUBARD is former editor of Daedalus, the journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and professor of history at Brown University.

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