The Queen Mary Centre for Religion and Literature in English

Enlightenment and Dissent 8 (1989)

Enlightenment and Dissent 8(1989) [PDF 25,375KB]

Editorial, 1

Articles

Berkeley, Price, and the limitations of the design argument, Colin Crowder, 3-24

Bentham on invention in legislation, J R Dinwiddy, 25-42

Revolutionary Philosopher: the political ideas of Joseph Priestley (1733-1804). Part One, Jenny Graham, 43-68

Joseph Priestley in cultural context: philosophic spectacle, popular belief and popular politics in eighteenth-century Birmingham.

Part Two, John Money, 69-89

Richard Price and Freedom of the City of London, D O Thomas, 90-109

Commentary

The significance of William Godwin’s Damon and Delia, Mark Philp, 110-14

Documents

A servant’s view of Joseph Priestley, Alan Ruston, 115-19

Reviews

John Sainsbury, Disaffected patriots: London supporters of revolutionary America, 1769-1782, James Bradley, 120-24

R G W Anderson and Christopher Lawrence, eds., Science, medicine, Dissent: Joseph Priestley (1733-1804), Geoffrey Cantor, 125-29

James E Bradley, Popular politics and the American Revolution in England. Petitions, the Crown and public opinion, G M Ditchfield, 130-34

A J Ayer, Thomas Paine; David Wilson, Paine and Cobbett: the transatlantic connection, Jack Fruchtman Jr., 135-39

Richard E Brantley, Locke, Wesley, and the method of English Romanticism, Alan P F Sell, 140-44

Gerald Reedy, S. J., The Bible and reason: Anglicans and Scripture in late seventeenth-century England, D O Thomas, 145-48