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|Abstract||They also include essays on Locke, Descartes, and Newton. Voltaire was much influenced by English tolerance, and his observations on the subject sounded a revolutionary note among European readers that resonated for long afterward.|
|Keywords||Philosophy, Modern Imaginary letters|
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