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Enlightenment thought : an anthology of sources

Author: Margaret L King
Publisher: Indianapolis, Indiana : Hackett Publishing Company, Inc., [2019]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"An anthology exploring the principal ideas and actors of the Enlightenment in twelve chapters, organized thematically and chronologically, comprising exemplary texts composed between 1620 and 1794: from the origins of that movement in seventeenth-century metaphysics and cosmology to its culmination at the zenith of the French Revolution"--
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Genre/Form: Sources
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret L King
ISBN: 9781624667541 1624667546 9781624667534 1624667538
OCLC Number: 1057731271
Language Note: Text in English, translated from multiple languages.
Description: xxvi, 277 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Casting out idols : 1620-1697 --
The learned maid : 1638-1740 --
A state of perfect freedom : 1689-1695 --
All things made new : 1725-1784 --
Mind, soul, and God : 1740-1779 --
Crush that infamous thing : 1733-1764 --
Toward the greater good : 1748-1776 --
Encountering others : 1688-1785 --
Citizen of Geneva : 1755-1782 --
Vindications of women : 1685-1792 --
American reverberations : 1771-1792 --
Enlightenment's end : 1790-1794.
Responsibility: edited and translated, with an introduction, by Margaret L. King.

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"An anthology exploring the principal ideas and actors of the Enlightenment in twelve chapters, organized thematically and chronologically, comprising exemplary texts composed between 1620 and 1794: from the origins of that movement in seventeenth-century metaphysics and cosmology to its culmination at the zenith of the French Revolution"--

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