Rousseau's Dog

Two Great Thinkers at War in the Age of Enlightenment

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Ha scritto il Jun 20, 2008, 02:16
If his heart had ever been indeed the friend of Rousseau, his philosophy and coolness might have treated Mr. Rousseau as a man under a strong and great mistake; this would have been more for mr. Hume's glory...to go on imputing all kinds of bad ...Continua
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Ha scritto il Jun 20, 2008, 02:16
The Monthly Review article was sandwiched between a colection of "squibbs and crackers" on Pitt's elevation to the peerage and details of a plan to set up a free university for all comers. It offered its report, it declared, to gratify the curiosity ...Continua
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Ha scritto il Jun 20, 2008, 02:06
A perfect solitude is, perhaps, the greatest punishment we can suffer. -- David Hume
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Ha scritto il Jun 14, 2008, 14:20
Narrating history, the Scot had a facility both for engaging his readers' sympathies and for creating comedy. But he could never match Rousseau's rhetorical forcece, poetic gifts, and sense of theatre.
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Ha scritto il Jun 14, 2008, 14:15
This world is a comedy to those who think and a tragedy to those that feel.
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