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The Politics of Romanticism : The Social Contract and Literature By Zoe Beenstock
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The Politics of Romanticism : The Social Contract and Literature By Zoe Beenstock

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Zoe Beenstock
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  • The Politics of Romanticism examines the relationship between two major traditions which have not been considered in conjunction: British Romanticism and social contract philosophy. She argues that an emerging political vocabulary was translated into a literary vocabulary in social contract theory, which shaped the literature of Romantic Britain, as well as German Idealism, the ...
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      Category Type
      Stories
      ISBN
      9781474426060
      Book Language
      English
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      2724589405633
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      Author
      Zoe Beenstock
      Category Type
      Stories
      ISBN
      9781474426060
      Book Language
      English
      Item EAN
      2724589405633
      People
      Author
      Zoe Beenstock
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      Publisher
      Edinburgh
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    • The Politics of Romanticism examines the relationship between two major traditions which have not been considered in conjunction: British Romanticism and social contract philosophy. She argues that an emerging political vocabulary was translated into a literary vocabulary in social contract theory,
    • The Politics of Romanticism examines the relationship between two major traditions which have not been considered in conjunction: British Romanticism and social contract philosophy. She argues that an emerging political vocabulary was translated into a literary vocabulary in social contract theory, which shaped the literature of Romantic Britain, as well as German Idealism, the philosophical tradition through which Romanticism is more usually understood. Beenstock locates the Romantic movement's coherence in contract theory's definitive dilemma: the critical disruption of the individual and the social collective. By looking at the intersection of the social contract, Scottish Enlightenment philosophy, and canonical works of Romanticism and its political culture, her book provides an alternative to the model of retreat which has dominated accounts of Romanticism of the last century.
     

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