The Britannica Guide to the Ideas that Made the Modern World: The People, Philosophy, and History of the Enlightenment
A primer on the philosophers, scientists and theorists of the Enlightenment, including Newton, Locke, Hume, Voltaire and Spinoza, this is one in a series of Britannica Guides to some of the main issues of our times.
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A History of the Enlightenment
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