Common sense in early 18th-century British literature and culture : ethics, aesthetics, and politics, 1680-1750 /
In a time of political, epistemic and aesthetic revolutions, early 18th-century Britain saw the emergence of a public discourse of 'common sense' which had a lasting influence on clichéd concepts of cultural identity. By retracing the compensatory impulses of common sense discourse and hi...
Berlin [Germany] ; Boston [Massachusetts] :
|Series:||Buchreihe der Anglia ;
Volume 46. |
|Online Access:||Available via EBSCO eBook Collection|
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