Le règne de l'homme: Genèse et échec du projet moderne
by Rémi Brague
Paris: Gallimard, 2015
(416 pages, 25.00, paperback)
T he king of Lilliput, one of Jonathan Swift's more memorable creations, called himself "the delight and terror of the universe." Today that delusion is more democratic but less comical. The choice and master sp . . .
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