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Reasoning Beasts: Evolution, Cognition, and Culture, 1720–1820

Edited by
Kathryn Duncan


ISBN-13: 978-0-404-64875-6
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ISBN-13: 978-0-404-67012-2
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AMS Studies in the Eighteenth Century, No. 75


CONTENTS

Introduction
David B. Paxman, “The First Cognitive Revolution”
Kevin MacDonald, “The Antislavery Movement as an Expression of the Eighteenth-Century Affective Revolution in England: An Ethnic Hypothesis”
Tom Dolack, “Creativity, Imitation, and the Emergence of Russian Literature”
Kathryn Duncan, “On Becoming a Pirate: The Evolution of Choice”
Michael Austin, “What Has Galapagos to Do with Lilliput?”
Robin Runia, “‘Joint Tenants of the Shade’: Collective Piety in Millennium Hall
Jess Keiser, “Tearing Down the Cartesian Theater: Tobias Smollett, Daniel Dennett, and the Atomized Mind”
Brett Cooke, “Instinctual Humanity and Rational Humanismin Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro
James Whitlark, “A Gravesean Approach to Cultural Evolution in Frankenstein”