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The living thoughts of Voltaire

Voltaire

The living thoughts of Voltaire

by Voltaire

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Published by Longmans, Green and Co. in New York, Toronto .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementpresented by André Maurois ...
SeriesThe Living thoughts library
ContributionsMaurois, André, 1885-1967., Mussey, June Barrows, 1910- tr.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPQ2074 .M32
The Physical Object
Pagination3 p. l., 167 p.
Number of Pages167
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6394174M
LC Control Number39028992
OCLC/WorldCa549974

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The Living Thoughts of Voltaire (the Living Thoughts Library) [A Maurois] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : A Maurois. THE LIVING THOUGHTS LIBRARY (CASSELL AND COMPANY) Series Note: Publisher blurb on back panel of dustjacket: "Those things which today's educated man calls his knowledge and his conviction are an intellectual heritage created and defended a hundred or a thousand years ago by rebellious individuals when in battle with their age.

Every year millions seeking to educate themselves turn to these. Author of Essai sur les mœurs et l'esprit des nations, "Saul.", Le caffé, ou l'Ecossaise, André Maurois presents the living thoughts of Voltaire, Romans et contes de M. de Voltaire, Poem upon the Lisbon disaster =, L' ingénu; and Histoire de Jenni, Voltaire's Alphabet of wit.

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The novella has been widely translated, with English versions titled Candide: or, All for the Best (); Candide: or, The Optimist (); and Candide: Optimism ().

It begins with a young man, Candide, who is living a Author: Voltaire. The French philosopher VOLTAIRE () is best known for his advocacy of civil liberties and social reform. In his Philosophical Dictionary ofVoltaire discussed an alphabetical list of topics, often with a skeptical and rationalist bent.

This is his entry for "Vampires," a supernatural menace that had recently come to public attention following an outbreak of alleged vampire. Zadig found, by Experience, that the first thirty Days of Matrimony (as ’tis written in the Book of Zend) is Honey-Moon; but the second is all Wormwood.

He was oblig’d, in short, as Azora grew such a Termagant, to sue out a Bill of Divorce, and to seek his Consolation for the future, in the Study of Nature. Davidson tells the whole, rich story of Voltaire's life (): his early imprisonment in the Bastille; exile in England and his mastery of English; an obsession with money, of which he made a huge amount; a scandalous love life; his infatuation with Frederick the Great; a long exile on the borders of Switzerland; his passion for watch-making; his human rights campaigns and his triumphant.

Inwhile living in Ferney, Voltaire wrote his most famous work, "Candide, or Optimism," a satire of the philosophy of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. Voltaire was a true celebrity by this time, attracting well-known literati, scientists, and members of the upper class to his property, along with tourists.

This book makes the shocking statement that Jean Meslier, an unknown Catholic priest in a tiny town of Étrépigny, is the founding father of modern Atheism. His “Testament” to his parishioners denounces all religion. It was published inafter his death, and had a terrific impact on the French reformer r refers to a hypothetical man who “ wished that all the great.

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COMMENTS. The comments in this post were made after each quote. [inside brackets] Below are some further thoughts. Voltaire’s famous statement, I do not agree with what you have to say, but I’ll defend to the death your right to say it, is a wonderful gives every person the right to speak, but also gives every person the right not to agree, and implies the right not to listen.

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Title/Info: Count Carlo Siorza The Living Thoughts of Machiavelli MMPB Vintage Book. A Premier Book. Fawcett World Rating: % positive.Voltaire dominated the discourse of his era. In his writing, he left virtually no subject untouched.

Voltaire wrote on subjects as distinct as metaphysics and politics, and he circulated nearly as many books of history as he did books of political theory. Common themes pervade his work: liberty, progress, and equality are discussed at length and in depth in many of Voltaire’s books and.