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The anti-philosophers: a study of the Philosophes in eighteenth-century France [by] R.J. White.

London, Macmillan; 1970.
ISBN , 9780333089309, 0333089308

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Subjects Encyclopedists.
Philosophie française -- 18e siècle.
Philosophy, French -- 18th century.
Philosophy, French.
Siècle des lumières.
Description vii, 175 pages, 9 plates (1 folded). illustrations, facsimile, portraits 23 cm
Copyright Date 1970.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 159-171).
Contents The grand chain -- Fontenelle -- Paris, 1715 -- Voltaire and Newton -- Condillac and Locke -- The man of Langres -- Vincennes -- Le reve de d' Alembert -- Man a machine -- The critical decade -- To change the common manner of thinking -- Discours preliminaire -- The first seven volumes -- The crisis -- The open conspiracy -- The politics of the philosophers -- Helvetius -- Le maitre d' hotel de la philosophie -- Rousseau -- The marquis's omelette.
Geographic Area France
Network Numbers (OCoLC)96917
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities White, Reginald James.
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