Renaissance syntax and subjectivity

ideological contents of Latin and the vernacular in Scottish prose chronicles
  • 4.74 MB
  • English
Ashgate , Burlington, VT
Scottish prose literature -- Criticism, Textual, Scots language -- To 1700 -- Syntax, Scots language -- Foreign elements -- Latin, Latin language -- Influence on
StatementJohn C. Leeds.
LC ClassificationsPE2113 .L44 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23392239M
ISBN 139780754658122
LC Control Number2009020956

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This book argues for a definition of modality in terms of factivity independent of subjectivity or speaker attitudes.

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This book examines the ethnography of the modern subject, probes the continuity and diversity of modes of personhood across a range of Western and non-Western societies. It considers what happens to individual subjectivity when environments such as communities are transformed.

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"Humanism" itself, the intellectual movement of the Renaissance, was inspired by the Ancient Greek focus on the beauty of the human.