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Enlightenment and Dissent 27 (2011)

Enlightenment and Dissent 27(2011) [PDF 9,149KB]

Editorial, v


Clarke on Virtue and Reasonableness, S H Smith, 1-18

Thomas Paine and his British Critics, H T Dickinson, 19-82

Documentary Articles

Thirteen uncollected letters of Richard Price, Rémy Duthille, 83-142

A further seven uncollected letters of Richard Price, Paul Frame, 143-160

Review Articles

Other voices of the Enlightenment: Religious Dissent, Romanticism and the Rights of Woman, Mary Spongberg, 161-67

On Being a Nonconformist, Martin Fitzpatrick, 168-73

Thomas Paine and his American Critics, H T Dickinson, 174-185


Pamela Clemit ed., The Letters of William Godwin: Volume I: 1778-1797, H T Dickinson, 186-87

James Vigus ed., Henry Crabb Robinson: Essays on Kant, Schelling, and German Aesthetics, Vilem Mudroch, 188-91

Sarah Apetrei, Women, Feminism and Religion in Early Enlightenment England, Lionel Laborie, 192-95

Mark R M Towsey. Reading the Scottish Enlightenment. Books and their Readers in Provincial Scotland, 1750-1820, Mark G Spencer, 195-98

Wayne Hudson, Enlightenment and Modernity: The English Deists and Reform, James Dybikowski, 198-204

John P Wright, Hume’s ‘A Treatise of Human Nature’: An Introduction, Mark G Spencer, 204-7

John Marshall, John Locke, toleration and early Enlightenment Culture, Alan P F Sell, 208-12

Robert D Cornwall and William Gibson eds., Religion, Politics and Dissent, 1660-1832. Essays in Honour of James E. Bradley, John Gascoigne, 213-16


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