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I have wished to assemble in some coherent way the events, chiefly of an intellectual order, which led from , the year of the great plague in Florence and. With the same sense of historical responsibility and veracity he has exemplified in his studies on Voltaire, Ira O. Wade turns now to Voltaire's milieu and begins.
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Create Account. Course No. Professor Alan Charles Kors, Ph. Share This Course. Choose a Format. Audio Streaming Included Free. The Power of Aristotle and the Churchmen When the 17th century dawned in Europe, past authors who had stood the test of time dominated the world of learning and understanding. The Walls begin to Crumble A series of fundamental assaults upon the inherited intellectual system dominated the intellectual life of the 17th century.
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