Peter Gilmour (ed.)
Barnes & Noble (1990)
PETER GILMOUR Introduction Although the nine philosophers in this volume can be described as Enlightenment philosophers (or, at least, as philosophers who ...
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Theorist, but He Did From Time to Time Touch Directly or Indirectly on the Subject of Politics, and in so Far as One Can Draw Conclusions About His Opinions, They Seem to Have Been Far From Radical-Not Surprisingly Perhaps: Although He Spoke Out Warmly in Favour of the Freedom of the Individual, He Appears in General.Peter Jimack
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