Montaigne and the Ethics of Skepticism

Montaigne and the Ethics of Skepticism

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As one of the 16th century's most brilliant writers, Montaigne formed his ethical self and his eventual theories of physical and spiritual skepticism. Zalloua explores this enlightened thinker's mind. (Literary Criticism)Referring to his own essay as a a€œtraictAc de la phisionomiea€ (1056b/808), Montaigne seems, then, not only to consent tacitly to the physiognomic principle which dictates that onea#39;s inner and outer being be in harmony, but ... But Socrates a#39; physical ugliness, or a€œsi vile formea€ (1037b/793), stands in sharp contrast to his Apollonian inside, and to his beautiful soul, from which a€œla noblesse et splendeur de sesanbsp;...

Title:Montaigne and the Ethics of Skepticism
Author: Zahi Anbra Zalloua
Publisher:Rookwood Press - 2005-01-01

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