Minds in Motion

Minds in Motion

The central claim of Minds in Motion is that British travel writing of the long eighteenth century functions as an epistemological playing field where authors test empiricist models of engagement with the world while simultaneously seeking out the role of the self and the imagination in producing knowledge. Whether exploring the relationship between the senses and the mind, the narrative viability of experimental detachment, or the literary dynamics of virtual witnessing,… (more)

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Publisher: Bucknell University Press (August 31, 2017)

Collection: Transits: Literature, Thought & Culture, 1650–1850

Page count: 286 pages

Language: English

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