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Continue shopping. Citings of Europe's philosophical and literary masters Rousseau , Hegel , Nietzsche among many others help Bruckner, who is French this admirable translation is not, alas, credited , make the case that the modern individual, weakened by responsibilities of freedom too great to bear, finds freedom in weakness itself: the freedom from moral constraint.
Bruckner should find a ready audience among philosophically inclined readers who bring a skeptical eye to contemporary trends and agree that freedom from responsibility is no freedom at all. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved Publishers Weekly.