Infamy and Revolt: The Rise of the National Problem in Early Modern Greek Thought
Historians have long speculated on the role played by the Enlightenment in the rise of nationalism in Eastern Europe and the Balkans. The present volume offers a new perspective on this subject through an examination of the Greek Enlightenment, its aspirations, and its relationship to the larger European Republic of Letters. Scholars of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Europe will gain access in these pages to rare and in some cases never before translated works from the time period; works that offer fresh and far-reaching insights into the nature, origin and development of nationalist movements.
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General Features of Greek Intellectual Culture in
Roots of Discourse
The Mature Enlightenment
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