Peter de Bolla

Peter de Bolla is Professor of Cultural History and Aesthetics at the University of Cambridge. His most recent books are The Fourth of July and the Founding of America and Aesthetics and the Work of Art, co-edited with Stefan Uhlig.


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Peter de Bolla’s Human Rights Edifice

“What de Bolla does not do in The Architecture of Concepts is say very much about the humans who might make use of these “conceptual kinds.” Like a true architect, he seems more interested in the structures being built than in who might build them.”...

Peter de Bolla’s Human Rights Edifice


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