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‘The World is too large’. Philosophical Mobility and Urban Space in Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century Paris

Stephane van Damme

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Too often associated with the tropes of exile, wandering, or nomadism in postmodern thought, philosophical mobility has been little studied in itself, except in connection with the singular travel practices of a Voltaire, a Denis Diderot, or a Jean-Jacques Rousseau (...).

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hal-03416889 , version 1 (05-11-2021)

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Stephane van Damme. ‘The World is too large’. Philosophical Mobility and Urban Space in Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century Paris. French Historical Studies, 2006, 29 (3), pp.379 - 406. ⟨hal-03416889⟩

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