7 edition of Cannibals and Philosophers found in the catalog.
April 17, 2001
by The Johns Hopkins University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||296|
Montaigne anticipated much of modern thought, and was profoundly shaped by the classics. His Essays, so personal yet so urbane, continue to challenge and charm readers. The book as a whole is definitely worth leafing through, but we'll be reading some of the more famous essays: "That to Philosophize is to Learn to Die" (Book 1, Chapter Written in around ) "Of the Education of Children" (Book 1, Ch. ) "Of Cannibals" (Book 1, Ch. ) "Of Solitude" (Book 1, Ch. ).
With a tip of the hat to history’s most infamous essay—Montaigne’s “Of Cannibals”—this book provides rollicking relief for writers in distress. About the Author DINTY W. MOORE is a highly regarded essayist and author of numerous books, including The Mindful Writer, Crafting the Personal Essay, and the memoir Between Panic and. It covers topics ranging from skepticism to moral philosophy, law, prudence, political context, etc. Starobinski, Jean. Montaigne en mouvement. Paris: Gallimard, E-mail Citation» Starobinski, historian of ideas and literary critic, wrote an extraordinary book following a dialectical model: thesis-antithesis-synthesis.
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"In intellectual history, cannibals stand for alien and exotic human beings, specimens of our species who realize its darkest possibilities, usually in places far removed from civilization. Cannibalism both expresses natural law and contravenes it. Avramescu's book is a tour de s: 8.
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Ultimately, An Intellectual History of Cannibalism is the story of the birth of modernity and of the philosophies of culture that arose in the wake of the Enlightenment.
It is a book that lays bare the darker fears and impulses that course through the Western intellectual tradition. Seller Inventory # AAZ 3 And we should perhaps remember that, for Winch, the social disciplines, including anthropology, are best thought of as inherently philosophical: ‘For any worthwhile study of society must be philosophical in character and any worthwhile philosophy must be concerned with the nature of human society.’ Winch, Peter, The Idea of a Social Science and Its Relation to Philosophy, 2nd edn.
The first ever book on the philosophy of travel, scouting the borders between travelling and thinking Asks why people travel, what should motivate scientific research, and where God might be Looks at the philosophical value of travel and if it is worthwhile to grasp at alien and difficult things, to puzzle at them, and try to expand our.
This book is a fascinating account of the existence of New World cannibalism and the images it conjured up for Europeans from the Renaissance to the nineteenth century. Drawing on previously unavailable sources, Lestringant describes how European voyagers, divines and missionaries encountered the cannibalistic cultures and represented them in.
The texts produced by these authors are the visible signs of this negotiation, and From Cannibals to Radicals examines the figures and tactics of negotiation as they appear in such works as Montaigne’s Essays, Flaubert’s Salammbô, and Barthes’s Empire of Signs.
Cannibalism: It's 'Perfectly Natural,' A New Scientific History Argues: The Salt It's gruesome, but from a scientific standpoint, there's a predictable calculus for. Cannibals of West Papua is his latest novel and what a novel it is. It's an excellent adventure novel with plenty of blood, beautiful prose, surprises and intriguing fantastical elements.
Cannibals of West Papua is a sequel to the autho Originally published at Risingshadow/5(4). Montaigne’s famous collection of essays ruminates on diverse topics, covering everything from South American cannibalism and animal cognition to Seneca and death.
The topics he chose to write about were just jumping-off points, exercises to practice thinking and to discover thoughts he didn’t know that he had. Book Description: The cannibal has played a surprisingly important role in the history of thought--perhaps the ultimate symbol of savagery and degradation-- haunting the Western imagination since before the Age of Discovery, when Europeans first encountered genuine cannibals and related horrible stories of shipwrecked travelers eating each other.
Moral philosophers, theologians, and social scientists try to identify objective values so as to forestall the relativist menace. I think these efforts have failed. Moral relativism is a plausible doctrine, and it has important implications for how we conduct our lives, organize our societies, and deal with others.
Cannibals and Child Brides. An Intellectual History of Cannibalism is the first book to systematically examine the role of the cannibal in the arguments of philosophers, from the classical period to modern disputes about such wide-ranging issues as vegetarianism and the right to private property.
Catalin Avramescu shows how the cannibal is, before anything else, a. An Intellectual History of Cannibalism is the first book to systematically examine the role of the cannibal in the arguments of philosophers, from the classical period to modern disputes about such wide-ranging issues as vegetarianism and the right to private.bal ‘to the status of an orator and philosopher, a free and fraternal citizen of a back-to- nature utopia’.
2 Cannibalism was also a kind of speech. Rather than arising from hun.In “Of Cannibals,” Montaigne refers to a number of classical writers and philosophers to establish his intellectual credibility.
In addition, he directly cites biblical precedents in an.