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100 1  Hartle, Ann.|0https://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n83139428 
245 10 Montaigne and the Origins of Modern Philosophy  /|cAnn 
       Hartle. 
264  1 Evanston, Illinois :|bNorthwestern University Press,
       |c[2013] 
264  3 Baltimore, Md. :|bProject MUSE, |c2013. 
264  4 |c©[2013] 
300    1 online resource (238 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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505 0  Reversing Aristotle -- Sticking to the old ways : 
       Montaigne and sacred tradition -- The philosophical act 
       (I) : judgment -- The philosophical act (II) : ending in 
       experience -- Overcoming natural mastery -- The primacy of
       the private and the origins of a free society -- The 
       character of the free individual -- Conclusion : the 
       invisibility of philosophy and the light of the good. 
506 0  Open Access|fUnrestricted online access|2star 
520    Montaigne's Essays are rightfully studied as giving birth 
       to the literary form of that name. This book argues that 
       the essay is the perfect expression of Montaigne as what 
       he called "a new figure: an unpremeditated and accidental 
       philosopher." Unpremeditated philosophy is philosophy made
       sociable - brought down from the heavens to the street, 
       where it might be engaged in by a wider audience. In the 
       same philosophical act, Montaigne both transforms 
       philosophy and invents "society," a distinctly modern form
       of association. Through this transformation, a new, modern
       character emerges: the individual, who is neither master 
       nor slave and who possesses the new virtues of integrity 
       and generosity. In Montaigne's radically new philosophical
       project, the author finds intimations of both modern 
       epistemology and modern political philosophy 
546    English. 
588    Description based on print version record. 
590    Project Muse |bProject Muse Open Access 
600 10 Montaigne, Michel de,|d1533-1592.|tEssais.|0https://
       id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n98055257 
600 10 Montaigne, Michel de,|d1533-1592|0https://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/names/n79068499|xPhilosophy.|0https://
       id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh99005065 
600 10 Montaigne, Michel de,|d1533-1592|0https://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/names/n79068499|xPolitical and social views.
       |0https://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh2002011435 
600 17 Montaigne, Michel de,|d1533-1592.|2fast|0https://
       id.worldcat.org/fast/37964 
630 07 Essais (Montaigne, Michel de)|2fast|0https://
       id.worldcat.org/fast/1356142 
650  0 Philosophy in literature.|0https://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       subjects/sh85101002 
650  6 Philosophie dans la litterature. 
650  7 Philosophy.|2fast|0https://id.worldcat.org/fast/1060777 
650  7 Political and social views.|2fast|0https://id.worldcat.org
       /fast/1353986 
650  7 Philosophy in literature.|2fast|0https://id.worldcat.org/
       fast/1060836 
650  7 PHILOSOPHY|xGeneral.|2bisacsh 
650  7 Philosophy: epistemology & theory of knowledge.|2bicssc 
655  7 Electronic books. .|2local 
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       n96089174|edistributor. 
830  0 Book collections on Project MUSE. 
856 40 |zOnline eBook. Open Access via Project Muse|uhttps://
       muse.jhu.edu/book/27268/ 
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