2000, cm 15 x 21, cxxvi-170 pp.
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The role Montaigne assigns to imagination is entwined with the use of reason and besides its faculty to create an intersubjective bond developes a capacity to plan life and history. Montaigne’s attitude towards magic and witchcraft and in particular his judgement of the Martin Guerre affair originate from these elements and the analysis of the phenomena deriving from them.