Encyclopedia of the Enlightenment

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Encyclopedia of the Enlightenment provides the first A-to-Z coverage of this important era. Conceived and written as a point of departure for anyone -- student or general reader -- who wishes to encounter this remarkable age, the encyclopedia provides broad coverage of general topics such as science, education, art and architecture, aesthetics, and music, which are complemented by shorter entries covering specific concepts and individuals.

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Reill, director of UCLA's Center for 17th and 18th Century Studies, and Wilson, editor of publications at UCLA's William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, here provide an informative review of the ... Read full review

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