The Atlantic Enlightenment
As the essays in this book cumulatively demonstrate, the Atlantic Enlightenment is not a compound product of modern scholarship, but a framework intrinsic to the articulation of the modern world as it was perceived and described by the major figures of the 18th-century world.
ما يقوله الناس - كتابة مراجعة
لم نعثر على أي مراجعات في الأماكن المعتادة.
Enlightenment Historiography and Cultural Civil Wars
Where was the Atlantic Enlightenment?Questions of Geography
John Witherspoon and the Transatlantic Enlightenment
David Hume and the Seagods of the Atlantic
The Atlantic Enlightenment and German Responses to the
Don Quixote and the Fictions of
Transatlantic Sentiments and the
Adam Smith and the Crisis of the American Union
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Adam Smith American Revolution argued Atlantic Enlightenment Atlantic History Atlantic world Bernard Bailyn Boston Britain British Brown Calvinist Cambridge Charles Charles W. J. Withers colonies colonists commerce constitution context cultural David Hume Don Quixote early Edinburgh eighteenth century empire England English essay Europe European example fiction France Franklin free trade French geographical German Gilje Gulf Stream Harrington Harriot Henry historians human Hume's Ibid ideas imagination independence intellectual interest J. G. A. Pocock James John Witherspoon Johnson Letters liberty literary literature London Madison Maritime modern Moral Philosophy narrative natural Nordamerika North novel Ocean Oxford Philadelphia philosophical Political Discourses political economy Power of Sympathy Princeton published question religious Republic republican Revolutionary sailors Samuel Schmohl Science Scotland Scottish Enlightenment seamen sentimental ships slave slavery social society space Sterne Sterne's theory Thomas Jefferson transatlantic Union University Press Wealth of Nations William writing wrote York