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Princeton University Press, —3: As my argument will clarify below, my decision to use a more or less pedestrian conception of politics is not meant to critique readings of Thoreau that advance a more contemporary view of the political. Ethics, Politics, and the Wild New York: Alienation, Participation, Modernity Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, Harvard University Press, Dana Villa, Socratic Citizenship Princeton: Princeton University Press,xii.
Yale University Press, Stanley Cavell, In Quest of the Ordinary: Lines of Skepticism and Romanticism Chicago: University of Chicago Press, New York University Press, George Kateb, The Inner Ocean: Individualism and Democratic Culture Ithaca: University Press of Kansas, ; Jack Turner, ed.
University Press of Kentucky, Michel Foucault, The Hermeneutics of the Subject, trans. Graham Burchell New York: Palgrave Macmillan, Paul Rabinow New York: Free Press,— Thoreau, Journal Princeton2: Robert Richardson, Henry Thoreau: A Life of the Mind Berkeley: University of California Press, Thoreau, Journal Princeton4: Thoreau was a reader of the Stoics, having read or read of Zeno and Epictetus while in college.
See Richardson, Henry Thoreau, Oxford University Press, Richardson, Henry Thoreau, — Harvard University Press,1: Thoreau, Journal Princeton1: Mariotti makes a strong case for reading Thoreau as a theorist of alienation. Thoreau approaches this use in Walden: Thoreau, Walden New Haven: Yale University Press,5; hereinafter citedBoston is, of course, only a short distance from Concord where Henry David Thoreau lived for most of his life and the Boston area is justly proud to be the birthplace of the American Renaissance.
An essay or paper on Quest for Reformation. Henry David Thoreau's Quest for Reformation While strolling through the forests near Walden Pond, Henry David Thoreau stumbled across a man and his family. The father, John Field had moved to America from Ireland with his wife and his son in order to "improve [their] condition one day" .
Renaissance and Reformation; Social Work; Sociology; Victorian Literature; Forthcoming Articles ambiguity, and paradox, Matthiessen dwells on the stylistic richness of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, Walt Whitman, Herman Melville, and Nathaniel Hawthorne.
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