Citizens of the World: Adapting in the Eighteenth Century

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Encounters, whether first or subsequent or whether cultural, economic, or ideological, mark the beginning of an acquaintance and measure both similarities and differences. What happens after an opening encounter is the topic of Citizens of the World: Adapting in the Eighteenth Century. Taking as its point of embarkation awareness of the mutuality of foreignness-of the unfamiliarity that characterizes all parties to a meeting of the minds, ways, or traditions-this exploratory volume considers the many approaches and ...

Citizens of the World: Adapting in the Eighteenth Century 2015, Bucknell University Press, Cranbury

ISBN-13: 9781611486841

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