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Confessions: The Philosophy of Transparency - Thomas Docherty


This book explores what is at stake in our confessional culture. Thomas Docherty examines confessional writings from Augustine to Montaigne and from Sylvia Plath to Derrida, arguing that through all t



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Confessions: The Philosophy of Transparency - Thomas Docherty


This book explores what is at stake in our confessional culture. Thomas Docherty examines confessional writings from Augustine to Montaigne and from Sylvia Plath to Derrida, arguing that through all t