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Enlightenment and Dissent 9 (1990)

Enlightenment and Dissent 9(1990) [PDF 23,500KB]

Editorial, 1


Reason recycled: the Enlightenment today, Margaret Canovan, 3-13

Revolutionary Philosopher: the political ideas of Joseph Priestley (1733-1804): Part Two, Jenny Graham, 14-46

Enlightenment, toleration and liberty, Mark Philp, 47-62

In the wake of the Enlightenment: the adjustments of James Martineau and Alexander Campbell Fraser, Alan P F Sell, 63-92


Burke and Paine: texts in context, Mark Philp, 93-105


David Williams, John Jebb and liturgical reform, James Dybikowski and Martin Fitzpatrick, 106-13


Seamus Deane, The French Revolution, and Enlightenment in England 1789-1832, Iain Hampsher-Monk, 114-18

T M Devine, ed., Improvement and Enlightenment: Proceedings of the Scottish Historical Studies Seminar, 1987-88; T M Devine, ed., Conflict and Stability in Scottish Society, 1700-1850: Proceedings of the Scottish Historical Studies Seminar, 1988-89, Richard B Sher, 119-22

C E S Franks, Dissent and the state, James Dybikowski, 123-24

John Gascoigne, Cambridge in the age of Enlightenment: science, religion and politics from the Restoration to the French Revolution, John Hedley Brooke, 125-29

Frank O’Gorman, Voters, Patron and Parties: The Unreformed Electoral System of Hanoverian England 1734-1832, H T Dickinson, 130

Mark Philp, Paine, Jack Fruchtman Jr., 131-33

W M Spellman, John Locke and the problem of depravity, Alan P F Sell, 134-37


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