Fb2 Blindness and Enlightenment: An Essay: With a new translation of Diderot's 'Letter on the Blind' and La Mothe Le Vayer's 'Of a Man Born Blind' ePub
by Kate E. Tunstall
|Category:||History and Criticism|
|Author:||Kate E. Tunstall|
|Publisher:||Continuum; 1 edition (August 18, 2011)|
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Kate Tunstall's precise new translations of Denis Diderot's Lettre sur les aveugles and Fran& de. .
Kate Tunstall's precise new translations of Denis Diderot's Lettre sur les aveugles and Fran& de La Mothe Le Vayer's 'D'un aveugle-n& are most welcome resources for the Enlightenment scholar and teacher. In her stylistic evocation of Diderot's voice, Kate Tunstall provides her modern audience with a readerly experience closer to that of Diderot's contemporaries so that we feel as a result something too often lost in this pragmatic age: how much of Diderot's-or any major author's-message depends on a deeply literary culture. A work to be enjoyed on many levels, this book should be on every Enlightenment lover's bookshelf.
Blindness and Enlightenment book
Blindness and Enlightenment book. His Letter on the Blind of 1749 is essential reading for anyone interested in Enlightenment philosophy or eighteenth-centur Blindness and Enlightenment presents a reading and a new translation of Diderot's Letter on the Blind.
also translations of Diderot’s 1782 Additions to the Letter on the Blind, and .
The author’s inclusion in an appendix of a translation of La Mothe le Vayer’s Of a Man-Born-Blind is a valuable addition to the volume.
On the live action screen, I watch a scalpel take aim at her pupil and pierce the cornea at a point on its circumference, opening up for the instruments that will detach the cataracted lens, scrunch it to pieces and hoover the pieces away.
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With a New Translation of Diderot's Letter on the Blind and La Mothe Le Vayer's 'Of a Man Born Blind'. Bibliography; Index; Appendices; I. Denis Diderot, The Letter on the Blind for the Use of Those Who Can See (1749); Note on the Translation; Translation; II. Francois de La Mothe Le Vayer, 'Of a Man-Born-Blind' (1653); Note on the Translation; Translation.
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In Letter on the Blind for the Use of those who can see (French: Lettre sur les aveugles à l'usage de ceux qui voient), Denis Diderot takes on the question of visual perception, a subject that, at the time.
In Letter on the Blind for the Use of those who can see (French: Lettre sur les aveugles à l'usage de ceux qui voient), Denis Diderot takes on the question of visual perception, a subject that, at the time, experienced a resurgence of interest due to the success of medical procedures that allowed surgeons to operate on cataracts (demonstrated in 1747 by Jacques Daviel) and certain cases of blindness from birth.
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