Monsters and the Self in the Rêve de d'Alembert
Curran (Andrew)
Source: Eighteenth-Century Life, May97, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p48, 22p;
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Philosopher’s Index Abstract

  1. Focuses on the representation of monsters and the self in the book 'Réve de d'Alembert,' by Diderot.
  2. Analysis of the dialectical treatment of materialist conception of personal identity;
  3. Discussion of the concept of anomaly developed by Diderot;
  4. Examination of the 'Suite d'un entretien' portion of the book.

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