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Inhaltsangabe: In "Joseph de Maistre's Life, Thought, and Influence," leading Maistre scholars offer interpretations of his thought and make available in English recent French scholarship on his life and work. Joseph de Maistre (1753-1821) was an extraordinarily gifted and insightful commentator on foundational developments that have shaped our modern world. His reaction to the Enlightenment and the French Revolution, though hostile, was remarkably open and included innovative and still-valuable theorising about such human phenomena as violence and unreason. The political and theoretical issues he addressed continue to challenge us today. The authors provide a portrait of Maistre as a significant thinker in numerous fields, upsetting the image of him as a backward-looking 'reactionary,' a reinterpretation furthered by contemporary interest in Counter-Enlightenment thought in general. "Joseph de Maistre's Life, Thought, and Influence" is a valuable resource, providing not only a cross-section of current Maistre scholarship but also notes and biographical suggestions for further study. Contributors include Owen Bradley (University of Tennessee), Jean-Louis Darcel (Universite de Savoie), Jean Dinezet (former OECD director-general), Graeme Garrard (University of Wales), Richard A. Lebrun, Vera Miltchyna (Writer's Union, Moscow), Jean-Yves Pranchere (independent scholar), W. Jay Reedy (Bryant College), and Benjamin Thurston (D.Phil. candidate, Oxford).

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Buchbeschreibung McGill-Queen s University Press, Canada, 2007. Hardback. Buchzustand: New. New.. 235 x 161 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Joseph de Maistre (1753B1821) was an extraordinarily gifted and insightful commentator on foundational developments that have shaped our modern world. His reaction to the Enlightenment and the French Revolution, though hostile, was remarkably open and included innovative and still-valuable theorizing about such human phenomena as violence and unreason. The political and theoretical issues he addressed continue to challenge us today. In Joseph de Maistre s Life, Thought, and Influence leading Maistre scholars offer interpretations of his thought and make available in English recent French scholarship on his life and work. They provide a portrait of Maistre as a significant thinker in numerous fields, upsetting the image of him as a backward-looking reactionary, a reinterpretation furthered by contemporary interest in Counter-Enlightenment thought in general. Joseph de Maistre s Life, Thought, and Influence is a valuable resource, providing not only a cross-section of current Maistre scholarship but also notes and biographical suggestions for further study. Contributors include Owen Bradley (University of Tennessee), Jean-Louis Darcel (Universite de Savoie), Jean Dinezet (former OECD director-general), Graeme Garrard (University of Wales), Richard A. Lebrun, Vera Miltchyna (Writer s Union, Moscow), Jean-Yves Pranchere (independent scholar), W. Jay Reedy (Bryant College), and Benjamin Thurston (D.Phil. candidate, Oxford). Buchnummer des Verkäufers AAC9780773522886

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