The Structure and Form of the French Enlightenment, Volume 2: Esprit Revolutionnaire
The author describes the influence on the Enlightenment of the intellectual currents that had been active in France, particularly the historical and humanisticesprit critiqueand the scientificesprit moderne. The second volume probes the writings of Morelly, Helvetius, Holbach, Mably, and Condorcet as they reveal the transformation of theesprit philosophiqueinto theesprit revolutionnaire.
Originally published in 1978.
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