Isolated cases : the anxieties of autonomy in enlightenment philosophy and romantic literature /
"In her interdisciplinary book, Nancy Yousef addresses the emergence of autonomy, demonstrating that the ideal was beset from its beginnings by profound concerns over the possibilities and grounds of human relations and interdependence. Isolated Cases draws attention to the strain of intersubje...
Cornell University Press,
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