The Enlightenment thinkers aimed to promote reaching conclusions via scientific reasoning, wanted to end injustices in the European judicial system and wished to challenge war. As ...
Although Enlightenment thinkers generally shared a similar set of values, their
philosophical perspectives and methodological approaches to accomplishing ...
American thinker, diplomat, and inventor who traveled frequently between the
American colonies and Europe during the Enlightenment and facilitated an ...
The Enlightenment developed as an extension of the Scientific Revolution. ... The
most influential Enlightenment thinkers were Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, ...
Published in 1748, this was an examination of different forms of government which became one of the most widely disseminated works of the Enlightenment
, especially after the church added it to their banned list in 1751.
He contributed articles to the Encyclopédie, chie... More »
The Enlightenment or 'Age of reason' was a period in the late seventeenth
century and early eighteenth century, where a group of philosophers, scientists
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In this lesson, we discuss the varied and diverse 18th-century intellectual
movement known as the Enlightenment. In addition to exploring its...
EIGHT ENLIGHTENMENT THINKERS. Thomas Hobbes (1588 – 1679); John
Locke (1632 – 1704); Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712 – 1778); Baron de ...
In the 17th century, British philosophers such as Bacon, Hobbes and Locke came
to France and were strongly influenced by the French Philosophies. In the 18th ...