One of my favorite passages from Gertrude Stein’s memoir Paris, France is the excerpt attributed to, I believe, Jean Jacques Rousseau. In this passage, Rousseau explains the greatness he feels in the presence of God, and I love his flow of thought as he describes both the existence of God and the response he, as a human, feels in His light. 231 altre parole
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The followers of American political theory professor Leo Strauss have interpreted the philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau in a unique way. (My source is one prominent Straussian professor in particular, who will remain nameless. 1.491 altre parole
By Sophie Dowle.
Long before Bluestocking Journal was publishing articles on great women, Louise Marie-Madeleine Dupin (1706-99), a French saloniste, compiled and began writing a book on the history of women: … 714 altre parole