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clandestine organization and diffusion of philosophic ideas in France from 1700 to 1750.

Ira Owen Wade

clandestine organization and diffusion of philosophic ideas in France from 1700 to 1750.

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Published by OctagonBooks in New York .
Written in English


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1st published, Princeton University Press, 1938.

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Open LibraryOL20312189M

France - France - Cultural and scientific attainments: The cultural climate of the later 19th century in France, as in the Atlantic world generally, was strongly marked by the current called positivism. The post generation looked with contempt on what it considered the excesses and the bad taste of the preceding Romantic era. A new interest in science and a new vogue of realism in. From Market-Places to a Market Economy: The Transformation of Rural Massachusetts, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Shepherd, James F. and Gary Walton. Shipping, Maritime Trade, and the Economic Development of Colonial North America. Cambridge: University Press Thomson, Robert Polk. The Merchant in Virginia,


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These theories are intimately linked with 17th-century inquiries into the social and intellectual nature of man, and particularly with the views of Hobbes, Locke, and the Cartesians.

18th-century thinkers analyse these problems from a genetic viewpoint. Clandestine books were a genuine influence on the ideas of the Enlightenment, a steady influence on the new thoughts sweeping through Europe.

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