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Enlightenment and Dissent 12 (1993)

Enlightenment and Dissent 12(1993) [PDF 23,061KB]

Editorial, 1


Godwin’s educational theory: The Enquirer, Pamela Clemit, 3-11

Advocacy of the independence of the Church from the State in Eighteenth-Century England: A comparison of a Nonjuror and a Nonconformist view, Robert D Cornwall, 12-27

Public and Parliamentary support for the Unitarian Petition of 1792, G M Ditchfield, 28-48

Physics and the Deity: the ideas of R Boscovich and J Priestley, Karis Müller, 49-62


Coleridge Reconsidered: Religion, Metaphysics and Political Ideas, Pamela J Edwards, 63-69


The publication of Part One of the Rights of Man, Jenny Graham, 70-77

Richard Price, A Sermon on Revelation 21.3, John Stephens, 78-91


Mark Philp, gen ed., Political and Philosophical Writings of William Godwin, H T Dickinson, 92-95

Mark Philp, ed., The French Revolution and British Popular Politics, Gregory Claeys, 96-98

J Dybikowski, On Burning Ground: an Examination of the Ideas, Projects and Life of David Williams, Peter France, 99-100

D O Thomas, ed., The Political Writings of Richard Price, Oliver Stutchbury, 101-103

Philip Rossi & M Wren, eds., Kant’s Philosophy of Religion Reconsidered. T A Roberts, 104-7

The British Empiricists: Locke by John Dunn; Berkeley by J O Urmson; Hume by A J Ayer, ed., Keith Thomas, T A Roberts, 108-11

H Williams ed., Kant’s Political Philosophy, T A Roberts, 112-14

John Dwyer and Richard Sher eds., Sociability and Society in Eighteenth Century Scotland; Brian Hillyard, David Steuart Esquire: An Edinburgh Collector; Paul B Wood, The Aberdeen Enlightenment. The Arts Curriculum in the Eighteenth Century, Alexander Murdoch, 115-19

Chris Jones, Radical Sensibility: Literature and Ideas in the 1790s; Allison Yarrington and Kelvin Everest, eds., Reflections on Revolution: Images of Romanticism, Mark Philp, 120-22

John Barrell, The Birth of Pandora and the Division of Knowledge, Marcus Wood, 123-27

Books received, 128-29


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