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.
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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
Don Quixote and the Fictions of
Transatlantic Sentiments and the
Adam Smith and the Crisis of the American Union
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