The interiority of the self is one of the great framing fictions of the Essais, a fiction that provides the space and the opportunity for Montaigne to carry out both the encounter and the dialogue with himself that are his project, to fashion himself, and to negotiate the boundaries between the self and the socio-political outside. It also allows him to ruse with the law, to submit without submitting his soul, to obey without relinquishing his spiritual freedom, to consent to the law and simultaneously to critique it. It is not before the sanctity of the law that he bows but within the sanctity of the inner self.
~ Richard L. Regosin, University of California, Irvine
If you can wade through the big words, this
is an interesting argument.
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