Rousseau has been seen as the inventor of the concept of nature; in this collective volume philosophers and literary specialists from France and the United States examine how Rousseau’s philosophy can be reinterpreted from the point of view of a constant dialectical debate between nature and culture. In this, Rousseau is our true contemporary.


Sous la direction d’Anne Deneys-Tunney du centre Philépol de l’Université Paris Descartes-Sorbonne, Yves Charles Zarka philosophe et professeur à l’université Paris-Descartes.

Relié: 206 pages
Editeur : De Gruyter
Collection : Culture and Conflict
Langue : Anglais
ISBN-10: 3110450755
Date de parution :7/03/2016