Table of contents for Isolated cases : the anxieties of modern autonomy in enlightenment philosophy and romantic literature / Nancy Yousef.


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Contents
Acknowledgments	ix
Introduction	1
Chapter 1: Locke's Loneliness	00
Chapter 2: Rousseau's Autonomous Beast: Natural Man as 
Imaginary Animal	00
Chapter 3: Natural Man in the Wild: The Feral Child as 
Philosophical Subject	000
Chapter 4: "Unfathered Vapour": The Imagination of 
Origins in The Prelude	000
Chapter 5: Fantastic Form: Frankenstein and Philosophy	000
Chapter 6: Mill Alone	000
Notes	000
Index	000




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: English literature 19th century History and criticism, Romanticism Great Britain, Rousseau, Jean Jacques, 1712-1778 Appreciation Great Britain, Rousseau, Jean Jacques, 1712-1778 Influence, English literature French influences, Autonomy (Psychology) in literature, Philosophy, Modern 19th century, Philosophy, Modern 18th century, Philosophy in literature, Isolation (Philosophy)Anxiety in literature, Autonomy (Philosophy)Enlightenment