Essaying Montaigne: A Study of the Renaissance Institution of Writing and Reading

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Index
acedia 96
accommodation 199
Adagia62
Agrippa, H.C. 61
anthropology ethical 203 Montaigne's 159, 197, 209
anxiety, literary 3
Aristotle 45, 137, 205
Auerbach, E. 58
autobiography 128–29, 198 constitutive rules of 130–31
baroque in art 188 in writing 80, 186
Barrière, J. 78, 90, 91, 92, 94, 95, 96, 99, 101
Barthes, R. 69
beginning problem of 2 fiction of 6 intertextual 41
Bildung (self-formation) 115, 116 Bildungsprinzip117 Bindungsroman116, 117
Bloom, H. 42
body and dualism 82, 211 as expression 76, 77 metaphors 89 politic 160, 166 and reading 77 and speech 80 of thought 78 of the world 167–68
Boethius 45
books as food and drink 37 and joy 48–49 and Reason 48–49
Butor, M. 127, 132, 133, 134, 138, 143
carnal ambiguity 82 paradox 208
Cato the Younger 94, 215
Cave, T. 147, 149, 152
Cicero 45, 47, 57, 162, 205
communicative basis of political order 171
communicative order 111, 113
communicative paradox 114
communicative plenitude 114
competence, literary 7, 9
Confessions111
Consolation of Philosophy45
consubstantiality thesis 65
Contr'un168, 176
conversion, Stoic 60–61
critical question 56
De Finibus45
De incertitudine et vanitate scientiarum23
De librorum copia47
De officiis159, 162, 205
De remediis utriusque fortunae45

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