A Pocket Philosophical Dictionary

Oxford University Press (2011)
Voltaire's Pocket Philosophical Dictionary is a major work of the European Enlightenment. It consists of a series of short essays, arranged alphabetically, whose unifying thread is an attack on religious and political intolerance.
Keywords Liberty of conscience  Dogmatism  Political science Philosophy
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Call number B2173.D532.E5 2011
ISBN(s) 0199553637   9780199553631
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