The concept of the self in the French enlightenment (Histoire des idees et critique litteraire, v. 94)

Jean Ashmead Perkins

Published by Droz, 1969
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Near Fine. Previous owner name inked on front free page. Previous owner was Prof. Walter (Ted) E. Rex (1927-2010), Emeritus Professor of French Literature, UC Berkeley. In 1975, Prof. Rex was offered for the first time, together with Professor Daniel Heartz of the Music Department, an interdisciplinary course on music and literature in the French 18th century (especially concerned with Rousseau and Diderot). A brilliant cellist, Rex was known on occasion to play musical examples for the students in the class on his cello. This course and its successor (a course on Mozart and Beaumarchais, again taught with Professor Heartz) would become legendary on campus. No other markings in book. Binding is tight. Lightly read. Bookseller Inventory # 3006742

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Title: The concept of the self in the French ...
Publisher: Droz
Publication Date: 1969
Binding: Paperback
Book Condition: Very Good

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