Ethics, morality and the formation of cultural studies intellectuals
Wickham, G. (2005) Ethics, morality and the formation of cultural studies intellectuals. Cultural Studies Review, 11 (1). pp. 71-86.
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Wickham revisits some of the territory explored so creatively over more than a decade by Ian Hunter on his way to Rival Enlightenments and Tony Bennett working towards Culture: A Reformer's Science. She outlines first on the type's of foundation in 17th-century metaphysical philosophy, especially its reliance on the figure of homo-duplex, and then moves on to consider the way this foundation provided a springboard for the emergence of powerful aesthetic-hermeneutic and romantic elements, as central features of the formation of this type of intellectual.
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|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Social Sciences and Humanities|
|Publisher:||Melbourne University Press|
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