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Enlightenment and Dissent 23 (2004-2007)

Enlightenment and Dissent 23(2004-2007) [PDF 1,154KB]

Editorial, vii


‘Aspers’d and Blacken’d’: Pierre Coste’s critique of Locke’s moral theory, James Dybikowski, 1-23

Richard Price and Francis Hutcheson — Does a moral sense theory make ethics arbitrary?, Nicholas Hunt-Bull, 24-44

John Balguy and the sense of beauty: a rational realist in the age of sentiment, Peter Kivy, 45-70

Did Paine abridge his Rights of Man?  Textual scholarship and controversial context, Iain Hampsher Monk, 71-84

‘Probably the most indefatigable Prince that ever existed’: a rational dissenting perspective on Frederick the Great, Anthony Page, 85-130

Ethics and aesthetics in the British moralists, D D Raphael, 131-47


‘A register of vexations and persecutions’: some letters of Thomas Fyshe Palmer from Botany Bay during the 1790s, Michael T Davis, 148-66

Review Articles

Jenny Graham, The nation, the law and the King.  Reform politics in England, 1789-1799, Emma Vincent Macleod, 167-73

Editing Mary Shelley, Michael Rossington, 174-81


Paula R Backscheider and Catherine Ingrassia, eds., A companion to the Eighteenth-Century English novel and culture, Gillian Skinner, 182-87

Michael T Davis, Iain McCalman and Christina Parolin, eds., Newgate in revolution: an anthology of radical prison literature in the Age of Revolution, H T Dickenson, 187-90

Malcolm Dick, ed., Joseph Priestley and Birmingham, Anthony Page, 190-91

Gavin Edwards, Narrative order, 1789-1819: life and story in an Age of Revolution, Mary-Ann Constantine, 191-95

Amanda Goodrich, Debating England’s aristocracy in the 1790s: Pamphlets, polemics and political ideas, Martyn Powell, 195-97

Geraint H Jenkins, ed., A rattleskull genius: the many faces of Iolo Morganwg, Colin Kidd, 197-201

Judith Jennings, Gender, religion and radicalism in the long Eighteenth-Century: the ‘Ingenious Quaker’ and her connections, Linda Wilson, 202-4

Paul Keen, ed., The popular radical press in Britain 1817-1821: a reprint of early Nineteenth Century radical periodicals, Paul A. Pickering, 204-7

F Arant Maginnes, Thomas Abthorpe Cooper: father of the American stage, 1775-1849, David O’Shaughnessy, 207-11

Jonathan Sheehan, The Enlightenment Bible: translation, scholarship, and culture, Martin Muslow, 211-16

Mark G Spencer, David Hume and Eighteenth-Century America, Peter Jones, 216-19

Books received, 219-20


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