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Emslie, Barry - N<Emphasis Type="SmallCaps">arrative and</Emphasis> T<Emphasis Type="SmallCaps">ruth</Emphasis>, ebook

Narrative and Truth

Emslie, Barry

110,60€

Women and Writing Women Theorists, Women Novelists, Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë
Barry Emslie
4. Freud Science as Narrative, a Perverse and Singular Teleology, Certainty Masquerading as Doubt
Barry Emslie
5. Philosophy and Fatherland German Transcendentalism,

Nelson, Brian - The Belly of Paris, ebook

The Belly of Paris

Nelson, Brian

10,50€

Zola is the quintessential novelist of modernity, understood in terms of an overwhelming sense of tumultuous change. The motor of change was the rapid expansion of capitalism, with all that that entailed in terms of new forms of social practice and economic organization,

Fenwick, Mark - Flexibility in Modern Business Law, ebook

Flexibility in Modern Business Law

Fenwick, Mark

133,75€

The Novelist’s Artistic Freedom v. His Protagonist’s Rights of Personality: A Comparison Between German and U.S.-American Law
Christian Gomille
Part II. The Perspective of the Regulator
6. Delayed Leniency Applications: The Unfortunate But Predictable

Adorno, Theodor W. - Correspondence 1925-1935, ebook

Correspondence 1925-1935

Adorno, Theodor W.

19,35€

The ensuing correspondence between the two men documents a rare encounter of creative tension between literary tradition and aesthetic modernism which would be sustained right up until the novelist's death in 1955. In the letters, Thomas Mann openly acknowledged his

Adorno, Theodor W. - Correspondence 1943-1955, ebook

Correspondence 1943-1955

Adorno, Theodor W.

19,35€

The ensuing correspondence between the two men documents a rare encounter of creative tension between literary tradition and aesthetic modernism which would be sustained right up until the novelists death in 1955. In the letters, Thomas Mann openly acknowledged his

Luhmann, Niklas - Love: A Sketch, ebook

Love: A Sketch

Luhmann, Niklas

59,50€

While it has long been a central preoccupation of writers and novelists, love has rarely attracted anything more than the most cursory attention of social scientists.
This short text, originally written in 1969 by the eminent German social theorist Niklas Luhmann,