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21L.470 Eighteenth-Century Literature: Versions of the Self in 18th-C Britain

        

21L.470 Eighteenth-Century Literature: Versions of the Self in 18th-C Britain

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When John Locke declared (in the 1690 Essay Concerning Human Understanding) that knowledge was derived solely from experience, he raised the possibility that human understanding and identity were not the products of God's will or of immutable laws of nature so much as of one's personal history and background. If on the one hand Locke's theory led some to pronounce that individuals could determine the course of their own lives, however, the idea that we are the products of our experience just as... More
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Date Added to MERLOT: June 09, 2011
Date Modified in MERLOT: November 15, 2011
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Submitter: Phil Moss

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