Enlightenment and Religion: Rational Dissent in Eighteenth-Century Britain

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Knud Haakonssen, Quentin Skinner
Cambridge University Press, 1996. 5. 30. - 348페이지
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This book makes a comprehensive reassessment of the relationship between Enlightenment and religion in England. The debate about an 'English' Enlightenment has centred on the role of religion, especially the relationship between the established Anglican Church and the dissenting confessions. It has long been accepted that liberal, rational dissenters developed an Enlightenment agenda, but most literature on this topic is quite out of date. These interdisciplinary essays provide a fresh analysis of rational dissent within English Enlightenment culture. Equally, they contribute to the debate over eighteenth-century religion and its social, political and intellectual meaning, focusing on the Irish and Scottish contributions to English dissent. Its wide perspective and research make Enlightenment and Religion an important and original contribution to eighteenth-century studies.

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The emergence of Rational Dissent
12
Rational Dissent in early eighteenthcentury Ireland
42
some Scottish
64
The contribution of the Dissenting academy to the emergence
99
Rational
140
Law lawyers and Rational Dissent
169
The nexus between theology and political doctrine in Church
193
Anglican latitudinarianism Rational Dissent and political
219
from candour to rights
241
Priestley on politics progress and moral theology
272
Rational piety
287
prophecy Dissent and radical culture
312
Index of names
336
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