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|Statement||by Norman L. Torrey.|
|Series||Yale Romanic studies -- 1|
|LC Classifications||PQ2130 .T6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 224 p.|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||30008631|
Voltaire and the English Deists by Norman Lewis Torrey, , available at Book Depository with free delivery : Norman Lewis Torrey. On his death, Russell was eulogised as “the English Voltaire”, a witty, polymathic rebel. As with Voltaire, though a few of his books are still in publication, most now gather dust. Voltaire and the English Deists. Norman L. Torrey. Archon Books () Abstract This article has no associated abstract. (fix it) Keywords Voltaire Deism: Categories 17th/18th Century British Philosophy, Misc in 17th/18th Century Philosophy (categorize this paper) DOI. Voltaire and the English Deists Author: Norman Lewis Torrey Publisher: N.A ISBN: Category: Page: View:
A good portion of this volume of more than pages is devoted to the cultural and intellectual scene. Voltaire and other French thinkers are discussed in detail, as are influential thinkers and movements in other countries (such as the English deists). The graphic arts 5/5(4). His book, Deism; an anthology, is a collection of English, French and American deists, Lord Herbert of Cherbury and Charles Blount, John Toland, Anthony Collins, Matthew Tindal and Thomas Woolston, Voltaire, Reimarus Thomas Paine, and Elihu Palmer. Professor Gay contributes an Introduction in which he presents his overall view of deism and sets it against its political, religious and philosophical . 1 G. Gawlick, ‘Abraham’s sacriﬁce of Isaac viewed by the English Deists’, Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century lvi (), – at p. 2 G. R. Cragg, Reason and authority in the eighteenth century, Cambridge , 3 See, for example, in English, J. Orr, English Deism: its roots and its fruits, Grand RapidsCited by: 4. VOLTAIRE AND THE ENGLISH DEISTS Torrey Norman L. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease: January - Volume 75 - Issue 1 - ppg BOOK REVIEWS: PDF Only ". Related Articles. Article Tools. Article as PDF ( KB) Print this Article; Email To Colleague.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Torrey, Norman L. (Norman Lewis), Voltaire and the English deists. [Hamden, Conn.] Archon. The myth of Enlightenment deism Tracing back the ideas of deism and the philosophes to the Ren- aissance, as Peter Gay (and others since) has done so eloquently in. The publication of Voltaire's Letters on the English () angered the French church and government, forcing the writer to flee to safer pastures. He spent the next 15 years with his mistress Born: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Torrey, Norman L. (Norman Lewis), Voltaire and the English deists. Oxford: Marston Press,