The Enlightenment Paperback

A Very Brief History

by Anthony Kenny;


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Side-stepping the need for verbose text, this very brief history of the Enlightenment is the perfect for a first-time look at philosophical history. 

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The Enlightenment

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  • Want a quick introduction into a key Philosophical period?
  • This clear and concise history explores a complex period in an approachable way
  • Perfect for taking your first steps into understanding the Enlightenment
'If God did not exist, it would be necessary to invent him.'
Voltaire

Montesquieu, Hume, Voltaire, Diderot, Smith, Gibbon, Bentham . . . These are among the great thinkers who contributed to the dramatic developments in religion, science and philosophy that we now call the Enlightenment. They dominated the second half of the eighteenth century and their writings continue to shape the intellectual and political worlds we now inhabit.

Written by a world authority, this brief history of the Enlightenment concludes with a perceptive assessment of the cultural, religious, ethical and political dimensions of its legacy.

The Enlightenment by Anthony Kenny was published by SPCK in October 2017. The ISBN for The Enlightenment is 9780281076437.

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Details for The Enlightenment

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherSPCK (October 2017)
Weight164g
Number of Pages144
Thickness190 mm
Height190 mm
Width130 mm
ISBN9780281076437
ISBN-10028107643X
Product Code4541697
Page last updated 13th September 2017
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