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Toleration in Enlightenment Europe

Author: Ole Peter Grell; Roy Porter
Publisher: Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

This 1999 book is a systematic pan-European survey of the theory, practice, and very real limits to toleration in eighteenth-century Europe.

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Genre/Form: History
Conference proceedings
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ole Peter Grell; Roy Porter
ISBN: 0521651964 9780521651967
OCLC Number: 40912708
Description: ix, 270 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Toleration in enlightenment Europe / Ole Peter Grell and Roy Porter --
Toleration and the enlightenment movement / Martin Fitzpatrick --
Multiculturalism and ethnic cleansing in the enlightenment / Robert Wokler --
Intolerance, the virtue of princes and radicals / Sylvana Tomaselli --
Spinoza, Locke and the enlightenment battle for toleration / Jonathan I. Israel --
Toleration and enlightenment in the Dutch republic / Ernestine Van der Wall --
Toleration and citizenship in enlightenment England / Justin Champion --
Citizenship and religious toleration in France / Marisa Linton --
Tolerant society? / Joachim Whaley --
Enlightenment in the Habsburg monarchy / Karl Vocelka --
Toleration in eastern Europe / Michael G. Müller --
Toleration in enlightenment Italy / Nicholas Davidson --
Inquisition / Henry Kamen.
Responsibility: edited by Ole Peter Grell and Roy Porter.
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'This volume has some real insights to offer, and will rekindle interest in an issue which remains absolutely central to the enlightenment as a whole.' Thomas Munck, Journal of Ecclesiastical History

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