By Peter McCormick

ISBN-10: 832332980X

ISBN-13: 9788323329800

How are the varied member states of the eu Union this day to arrive right consensus on an eventual universal european social version? during this meditative and reflective philosophical, literary and social inquiry, first provided as invited lectures on the Institute for ecu reports of the Jagiellonian college, Peter McCormick highlights the nonetheless mostly missed conceptual and linguistic assets of the particular ecu excessive modernist poetry of pain for freshly rearticulating probably the most easy ethical and moral values on the ancient roots of ecu civilization. opposed to contrasted readings of modernity within the works of either analytic and hermeneutic philosophers, successive stories examine the figures of ethical discourse, ethical notion, and either ethical motivation and moral emancipation within the poetry of the Nobel Laureats, T.S. Eliot, Paul Valéry, and Eugenio Montale. the result's the renewed availability of richly creative formulations of primary eu values for exciting the continuing paintings of attaining applicable political consensus for a destiny harmonized eu Union social policy.

Peter McCormick – Member of the Institut foreign de philosophie (Paris) and previous Professor of Philosophy on the collage of Ottawa, Peter McCormick is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.

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