The Berlin Refuge 1680-1780: Learning and Science in European Context

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Sandra Pott, Martin Mulsow, Lutz Danneberg
BRILL, Jul 1, 2003 - History - 256 pages
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The intellectual Huguenot Refuge is one of the most important movements in Early modern Europe. This volume provides new information about one of its centres: about Berlin, and on the extremely important role Huguenot scholars played disseminating Enlightened thought.
 

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Contents

II THEOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY
47
III HISTORY AND NATURAL LAW
111
IV DISSEMINATION AND POPULARISATION
153

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