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The Resource The Enlightenment, Ulrich Im Hof ; translated from the German by William E. Yuill

The Enlightenment, Ulrich Im Hof ; translated from the German by William E. Yuill

Label
The Enlightenment
Title
The Enlightenment
Statement of responsibility
Ulrich Im Hof ; translated from the German by William E. Yuill
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • ger
  • eng
Summary
Im Hof describes the universities, academies, salons, and reading societies from which the principal ideas of the Enlightenment occured, and he examines their diffusion, interaction, and influence. Ideas evolved from the enlightenment include the idea o f Natural Right, laissez faire economics, and the freedom of the subject, and provided the basis for democracy, enlightened despotism, and anarchy
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Im Hof, Ulrich
Dewey number
940.2/53
Index
index present
LC call number
B802
LC item number
.I4 1994
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Making of Europe
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Enlightenment
  • Europe
  • Europe
  • Iluminismo
  • Historia da europa
  • Historia moderna (sociedade)
  • Verlichting (cultuurgeschiedenis)
Label
The Enlightenment, Ulrich Im Hof ; translated from the German by William E. Yuill
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Translation of: Das Europa der Aufklärung
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 299-303) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Pt. I. The Age. 1. Enlightenment and Fresh Light. 2. The Eighteenth Century as the Background to the Enlightenment -- Pt. II. A Changing Society. 1. The World of the Monarchs. The Kings. The Princely Court. 2. The Aristocracy. The Old Landed Aristocracy. The New Bureaucratic Aristocracy. 3. The Clergy. The Catholic Clergy. The Protestant Clergy. 4. The Urban Middle Class. The Middle Class in Republic and Monarchy. The Merchant Class. The Craftsmen. 5. The Farming Community. 6. The Common People. The Lower Classes and Fringe Groups. The Working Class -- Pt. III. Europe and its States. 1. The Way of the World. 2. Venerable Monarchies and Republics. 3. Cosmopolitanism versus the Nation States -- Pt. IV. The Champions of Enlightenment. 1. The 'Association' Movement. 2. The Academy. 3. The Salon. 4. The Reading Societies. 5. Voluntary Charitable and 'Economic' Societies. 6. Agricultural Economic Societies. 7. The Freemasons. 8. The Societies Within the Enlightenment Movement. 9. Periodicals and Books -- Pt. V. Utopia and Reform. 1. 'Improvement and Dreams'. 2. Philosophy and Philosophers of the Philosophical Age. 3. Rational Christianity. Protestantism and Enlightenment. Catholic Enlightenment. 4. Natural Law, the Path to Human Rights. 5. Politics and Government. 6. The Economy, Economic Freedom and the Work Ethic. 7. Science, Medicine and Technology. 8. Education, Schools and Popular Enlightenment. 9. Virtue and Patriotism -- Pt. VI. A Window Opened to a Wider World. 1. A Window Opened to a Wider World -- Pt. VII. Emancipation -- A Release from Age-old Restraints. 1. Political and Social Emancipation. 2. Emancipation of the Jews. 3. The Debate on the Role of Woman: On the Way to the Emancipation of Women -- Pt. VIII. For and Against Radicalization of the Enlightenment. 1. Radical Enlightenment. 2. Enlightenment by Decree. 3. Early Romanticism: The Reaction against the Enlightenment. 4. Traditionalistic and Governmental Reaction -- Pt. IX. The Way Ahead into the Nineteenth Century. 1. Nationalism versus Cosmopolitanism. 2. From the Enlightenment to the Revolutions
Control code
29565245
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
x, 310 pages
Isbn
9780631175919
Lccn
93046872
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)1619446
Label
The Enlightenment, Ulrich Im Hof ; translated from the German by William E. Yuill
Publication
Note
Translation of: Das Europa der Aufklärung
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 299-303) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Pt. I. The Age. 1. Enlightenment and Fresh Light. 2. The Eighteenth Century as the Background to the Enlightenment -- Pt. II. A Changing Society. 1. The World of the Monarchs. The Kings. The Princely Court. 2. The Aristocracy. The Old Landed Aristocracy. The New Bureaucratic Aristocracy. 3. The Clergy. The Catholic Clergy. The Protestant Clergy. 4. The Urban Middle Class. The Middle Class in Republic and Monarchy. The Merchant Class. The Craftsmen. 5. The Farming Community. 6. The Common People. The Lower Classes and Fringe Groups. The Working Class -- Pt. III. Europe and its States. 1. The Way of the World. 2. Venerable Monarchies and Republics. 3. Cosmopolitanism versus the Nation States -- Pt. IV. The Champions of Enlightenment. 1. The 'Association' Movement. 2. The Academy. 3. The Salon. 4. The Reading Societies. 5. Voluntary Charitable and 'Economic' Societies. 6. Agricultural Economic Societies. 7. The Freemasons. 8. The Societies Within the Enlightenment Movement. 9. Periodicals and Books -- Pt. V. Utopia and Reform. 1. 'Improvement and Dreams'. 2. Philosophy and Philosophers of the Philosophical Age. 3. Rational Christianity. Protestantism and Enlightenment. Catholic Enlightenment. 4. Natural Law, the Path to Human Rights. 5. Politics and Government. 6. The Economy, Economic Freedom and the Work Ethic. 7. Science, Medicine and Technology. 8. Education, Schools and Popular Enlightenment. 9. Virtue and Patriotism -- Pt. VI. A Window Opened to a Wider World. 1. A Window Opened to a Wider World -- Pt. VII. Emancipation -- A Release from Age-old Restraints. 1. Political and Social Emancipation. 2. Emancipation of the Jews. 3. The Debate on the Role of Woman: On the Way to the Emancipation of Women -- Pt. VIII. For and Against Radicalization of the Enlightenment. 1. Radical Enlightenment. 2. Enlightenment by Decree. 3. Early Romanticism: The Reaction against the Enlightenment. 4. Traditionalistic and Governmental Reaction -- Pt. IX. The Way Ahead into the Nineteenth Century. 1. Nationalism versus Cosmopolitanism. 2. From the Enlightenment to the Revolutions
Control code
29565245
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
x, 310 pages
Isbn
9780631175919
Lccn
93046872
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)1619446

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