The Cosmopolitan Evolution: Travel, Travel Narratives, and the Revolution of the Eighteenth Century European Consciousness

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University Press of America, 2006 - 241 頁
Working from the concept of cosmopolitanism and incorporating textual evidence from philosophy, drama of the English Renaissance, seventeenth-century travel narratives, and eighteenth-century literature, The Cosmopolitan Evolution, explores the interactions between the European consciousness and the foreign. The book also chronicles the development of cosmopolitanism from a form of representative universalism, which seeks to enfold all humans under on ideal, towards complex universalism, which seeks to account for alternate and particular views.

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Systems Theory Consciousness and Virtue
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English Renaissance Drama and SelfReference
61
National
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Matthew W. Binney, a visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Arkansas, received his Ph.D. in Eighteenth-Century Literature from Auburn University. He has contributed to a number of scholarly journals and is a member of the American Society of Eighteenth Century Studies.

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