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Tolerance [Elektronisk resurs] the beacon of the enlightenment / edited and translated by Caroline Warman, et al.

Warman, Caroline (översättare)
Warman, Caroline (redaktör/utgivare)
ISBN 9781783742059
Publicerad: Cambridge : Open Book Publishers, 2016
Engelska PDF (viii, 136 s.)
Serie: Open book classics series, 2054-2178 ; 3
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  • Introduction by Caroline Warman -- Acknowledgements -- The Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen, 1789 -- Voltaire, ‘Prayer to God’, from Treatise on Tolerance, 1763 -- Three aphorisms from Denis Diderot, Philosophical Thoughts, 1746; Montesquieu, The Spirit of the Laws, 1748; and Voltaire, Portable Philosophical Dictionary, 1764 -- Nicolas de Condorcet, 'On Admitting Women to the Rights of Citizenship', 1790 -- John Locke, Letter on Toleration, 1686 -- Denis Diderot, ‘Aius Locutius’, from the Encyclopédie, 1751 -- Montesquieu, ‘On the Enslavement of Negroes’, from The Spirit of the Laws -- Jean-François Marmontel, ‘Minds are not Enlightened by the Flames of an Executioner’s Pyre’, from Belisarius, 1767 -- Three aphorisms from Diderot The Philosopher and Marshal ***’s Wife Have a Deep Chat, 1774; Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Émile, or On Education, 1762; and Frederick the Great of Prussia -- Abbé Grégoire, On Freedom of Worship, 1794 -- Immanuel Kant, ‘Dare to Know’, from What is Enlightenment?, 1784 -- Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais, The Marriage of Figaro, 1784 -- Pierre Bayle, On Tolerance, or A philosophical Commentary on these Words of the Gospel, Luke XIV. 23, Compel Them to Come in, 1686 -- Alexandre Deleyre, ‘Fanaticism’, from the Encyclopédie,1756 -- Four aphorisms from Louis de Jaucourt, ‘Intolerant’, from the Encyclopédie, 1765;William Warburton, Essay on Egyptian Hieroglyphics, 1744; Rousseau, Émile, or On Education; and Anon., ‘Refugees’, from the Encyclopédie, 1765 -- Jean le Rond d’Alembert, On the Suppression of the Jesuits, 1765 -- Jeanne-Marie Roland, Personal Memoirs, 1795 -- Evariste de Parny, The War of the Gods, 1799 -- Olympe de Gouges, The Declaration of the Rights of Woman and the Female Citizen, 1791 -- Pierre Bayle, On Tolerance, 1686 -- Voltaire, La Henriade, 1723 -- Three aphorisms from Diderot, The Eleutheromaniacs, 1772; Rousseau, The Social Contract, 1762; and Moses Mendelssohn, Morning Hours, 1786 -- Montesquieu, The Persian Letters, 1721 -- Abbé Grégoire, 'New Observations on the Jews and in Particular on the Jews of Amsterdam and Frankfurt', 1807 -- Rétif de la Bretonne, Paris Nights, 1788 -- Three aphorisms from Diderot, Philosophical Thoughts; Cesare Beccaria, On Crimes and Punishments, 1786; and Rousseau, The Social Contract -- Voltaire, Candide, 1759 -- d’Alembert, ‘Geometer’, from the Encyclopédie, 1757 -- Rabaut Saint-Étienne, ‘No Man Should Be Harassed for His Opinions nor Troubled in the Practice of His Religion’, 1789 -- Three aphorisms from Diderot, ‘Letter to My Brother’, 1760; Voltaire, Treatise on Metaphysics, 1735; and Rousseau, The Citizen, or An Address on Political Economy, 1765 -- Diderot, Extract from a Letter to Princess Dashkova, 3 April 1771 -- Voltaire, ‘Free Thinking’, from Dictionaryof Philosophy, 1764 -- Jacques-Henri Bernardin de Saint-Pierre, ‘Reflections on Slavery’, from A Voyage to the Island of Mauritius, 1773 -- Pierre de Marivaux, The French Spectator, 5 October 1723 -- Louis-Alexandre Devérité, Collected Documents of Interest on the Case of the Desecration of the Abbeville Crucifix, which Occurred on 9th August 1765, 1776 -- Anon., The Private and Public Life of the Posterior Marquis de Villette, Retroactive Citizen, 1791 -- Three aphorisms from Diderot, Philosophical Thoughts; Marivaux, The French Spectator; and Pierre Jean George Cabanis, On Sympathy, 1802 -- Leandro Fernández de Moratín, ‘A Philanthropic Congregation’, 1811 -- Montesquieu, The Spirit of the Laws -- Voltaire, ‘On Universal Tolerance’, 1763 -- Three aphorisms from Diderot, Philosophical Thoughts; Marivaux, The French Spectator; and Voltaire, ‘Fanaticisme’, from Portable Philosophical Dictionary -- Condorcet, Anti-superstitious Almanack, 1773-1774 -- Montesquieu, Persian Letters -- José Cadalso y Vázquezde Andrade, Defence of the Spanish Nation against Persian Letter 78 by Montesquieu, 1775 -- Nicolas-Edme Rétif, known as Rétif de la Bretonne, Ninth Juvenal. The False Immorality of the Freedom of the Press, 1796 -- Condorcet, Anti-superstitious Almanack -- Gotthold Ephraim Lessing, Nathan the Wise, 1779 -- Three aphorisms from Germaine de Staël, Reflections on the French Revolution, 1818; Beccaria, On Crimes and Punishments; and Rousseau, Reveries of a Solitary Walker, 1782 -- Luis Guttiérez, Cornelia Bororquia, or the Inquisition’s Victim, 1801 -- Bernardin de Saint-Pierre, ‘Fraternal Harmonies’, 1815 -- Diderot, Supplement to Bougainville’s Voyage, 1772 -- Louis de Rouvroy, Duc de Saint-Simon, Memoirs, posthumous -- Three aphorisms from Alexandre Deleyre, ‘Fanaticism’, from the Encyclopédie; Olaudah Equiano, The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African, 1789; and Voltaire, Letter to Jean Le Rond d’Alembert, 9 November 1764 -- Helvétius, Essays on the Mind, 1758 -- Louis-Sébastien Mercier, Portrait of Paris, 1781 -- Juan Pablo Forner, In Praise of Spain and its Literary Merit, 1786 -- Jean-Pierre Claris de Florian, ‘The Two Persians’, 1792 -- Three aphorisms from Rousseau, Émile, or on Education; Voltaire, Letter to the King of Prussia, 20 December 1740; and Jaucourt, ‘Tolerance’, censored article from the Encyclopédie -- Voltaire, On the Horrible Danger of Reading, 1765. 
  • This anthology, inspired by Voltaire’s advice that a text needed to be concise to have real influence, contains firey extracts from forty different authors, from the philosophers everyone’s heard of to those whose brilliant writings are less well-known. They are immensely diverse in style and topic, but all have in common their passionate commitment to equality, freedom, and tolerance, and every single one resonates powerfully with the issues our world faces today. The book was first published by the Société française d’étude du dix-huitième siècle (the French Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies) in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo assassinations in January 2015 as a mark of solidarity, and as a response to the wide-spread interest in Enlightenment values. With the support of the British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, it has now been translated by 102 French students and tutors from Oxford University. [Elib] 

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