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The Age of Enlightenment: The 18th Century Philosophers (1956)

by Isaiah Berlin

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Selected basic writings of Locke, Berkeley, Voltaire, Hume, Reid, Condillac, Hammann and others.
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Also known as the Age of Happiness when people began to turn away from the ideas of the Church. ( )
  ShelleyAlberta | Jun 4, 2016 |
In this stimulating volume the author, Isaiah Berlin, lucidly and succinctly presents commentaries on and selections from the basic writings of Berkley, Locke, Hume and others ( )
  caseyjohn | Mar 6, 2015 |
I read it in high school. Tedious, to be sure, for a 14-year old, but it started my thinking critically about worldview and the gathering of knowledge that can be assembled into worldviews.
  vegetarian | Apr 27, 2013 |
I read it in high school. Tedious, to be sure, for a 14-year old, but it started my thinking critically about worldview and the gathering of knowledge that can be assembled into worldviews.
  vegetarian | Apr 27, 2013 |
I read it in high school. Tedious, to be sure, for a 14-year old, but it started my thinking critically about worldview and the gathering of knowledge that can be assembled into worldviews.
  vegetarian | Apr 26, 2013 |
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Philosophical problems arise when men ask questions of themselves or of others which, though very diverse, have certain characteristics in common.
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