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  • ISBN 0521025672
  • ISBN13 978-0521025676
  • Language English
  • Author Judith Still
  • Publisher Cambridge University Press (April 20, 2006)
  • Pages 280
  • Formats lit lrf mbr txt
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory History and Criticism
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According to Rousseau, the best possible relationship between unequals is one of "benificence." This book addresses the problem implicit in his writings of whether it is indeed possible for a just and generous relationship to exist between non-equals. Judith Still draws together issues in Rousseau's work that are often treated in isolation: the state, just relations between individuals, sexual politics and the constructing of a feminine identity. Using techniques of reading drawn from literary theory, she argues that for Rousseau, it is sexual difference that disturbs the practice of benificence.

Bienfaisance and Pudeur. Book description Cambridge Studies in French.

Bienfaisance and Pudeur. According to Rousseau, the best relationship between unequals is one of 'benificence', giving, receiving and repaying benefits. This 1993 book addresses the problem implicit in his writings of whether it is indeed possible for a just and generous relationship to exist between non-equals. Judith Still draws together issues in Rousseau's work which are often treated in isolation: the state, just relations between individuals, sexual politics and the constructing of a feminine identity. Cambridge Studies in French.

Judith Still draws together issues in Rousseau's work that are often treated in isolation: the state, just relations betwee According to Rousseau, the best possible relationship between unequals is one of "benificence. This book addresses the problem implicit in his writings of whether it is indeed possible for a just and generous relationship to exist between non-equals. Judith Still draws together issues in Rousseau's work that are often treated in isolation: the state, just relations between individuals, sexual politics and the constructing of a feminine identity.

Judith Mary Still FBA (born 1958) is Professor of French and Critical .

Judith Mary Still FBA (born 1958) is Professor of French and Critical Theory at the University of Nottingham, England. Justice and difference in the works of Rousseau: bienfaisance and pudeur (1993, Cambridge UP

the Works of Rousseau : Bienfaisance and Pudeur. Publisher: Cambridge University Press.

book by Judith Still. According to Rousseau, the best possible relationship between unequals is one of benificence. Justice and Difference in the Works of Rousseau : Bienfaisance and Pudeur. By judith still (cambridge studies in french 39). Cambridge: cambridge university press, 1993. cambridge studies in french 3. Pp. XII + 260. ?

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According to Rousseau, the best possible relationship between unequals is. .Judith Still draws together issues in Rousseau's work that are often treated.

According to Rousseau, the best possible relationship between unequals is one of "benificence. Using techniques of reading drawn from literary theory, she argues that for Rousseau, it is sexual difference that disturbs the practice of benificence.