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Notions of love intersect with ideas on personal liberty, obligation, individuality, self, and difference in this study. James Martel contends that theorists' inattention to the subject has impoverished our explorations of political discourse.
Introduction: The Problem of Love
Locke's Reasonable Subject
Jean-Jacques Rousseau: The Transparency of Patriarchy
Emerson's Celestial Democracy
Henry David Thoreau: Deeper into the Woods
Thomas Hobbes: The Road not taken