Philosophers and Pamphleteers: Political Theorists of the Enlightenment
Oxford University Press (1986)
|Abstract||This volume discusses the ideas of six leading thinkers of the French Enlightenment: Montesquieu, Voltaire, Rousseau, Diderot, Holbach, and Condorcet. A general introduction surveys the political theories of the Enlightenment, setting them in the context of the political realities of 18th-century France. The first book of its kind on the subject, Philosophers and Pamphleteers brings a welcome, new perspective to the study of French political thought during a fascinating historical era.|
|Keywords||Political science History Pamphleteers|
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|Call number||JA84.F8.C73 1986|
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