Johann Georg Hamann and the Enlightenment Projectaddresses Hamann's oeuvre from the perspective of political philosophy, focusing on his views concerning the public use of reason, social contract theory, autonomy, aesthetic morality and the politics of 'taste,' and the technocratic ideal of enlightened despotism.
Subjects: Philosophy, Political Science
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