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- DescriptionMichel de Montaigne begins his magisterial <em>Essais</em> by telling his readers that he, himself, is the matter of his book. He says that he has written himself so that after death he could remain in the world with those who knew and loved him. Montaigne's intimate project, meant to be read by friends, has emerged as one of the most surprising and compelling accounts of the human condition ever written. Although Montaigne famously retired from public life to write his <em>Essais</em>, neither his concerns r the activities recounted in <em>Essais</em> is purely private. This volume of essays, based on papers presented at The A.V. Elliott Conference for Great Books and Ideas sponsored by Mercer University's McDonald Center for America's Founding Principles, focuses on the outward oriented political philosophy of Montaigne.
- Author Biography<strong>Charlotte Thomas</strong> is professor of Philosophy at Mercer University, codirector of the McDonald Center for America's Founding Principles, and director of the Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Program.
- PublisherMercer University Press
- Date of Publication30/05/2014
- Place of PublicationGeorgia
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintMercer University Press
- Weight313 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine14 mm
- Edited byCharlotte Thomas
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