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Author Reiss, Timothy J., 1942-
Title Mirages of the selfe : patterns of personhood in ancient and early modern Europe / Timothy J. Reiss
Imprint Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 2003
book jacket
LOCATION CALL # STATUS OPACMSG BARCODE
 Euro-Am Studies Lib  126.09 R278 2003    AVAILABLE    30500101123365
 人文社會聯圖  BD438.5 R45 2003    AVAILABLE    30610020146981
Descript xviii, 608 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [529]-584) and index
Essences of glass, histories of humans -- A cock for Aesclepius : Plato, the Hippocratics, and Aristotle -- Excursus on will and passibility -- Cicero's person, passible minds, and real worlds -- Senecan surroundings -- How were slaves persons? -- How was personhood gendered? -- The public materiality of being human : Galen and medical traditions -- Two-timed ipseities and speaking their mind : Augustine -- Excursus on the middle ages -- Measuring tensions in the medieval microcosm -- Multum a me ipso differe compulsus sum -- Sparsa anime fragmenta recolligam -- Surrounded selves and public being : sixteenth-century strains -- Persons, passions, pictures : Loyola with Alberti -- Hélisenne's story : collective love, singular anger -- Public subject, personal passion : Montaigne -- Descartes, collective tradition, and personal agency -- Selfehood, political community, and a "Cartesian" future?
EAS: JL
Subject Self (Philosophy) -- Europe -- History -- To 1800
Philosophical anthropology -- Europe -- History -- To 1800
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