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l’ésprit (1758), Helvétius follows the

that usually are not almost as evident as Locke assumes. Locke’s

The early enlightenment: 1685-1730

Treatises, his Inquiry Concerning Beauty, Order, Harmony,

The late enlightenment and beyond: 1780-1815

deism, the so-called “Cult of the Supreme Being”, as the

beauty is “nothing more” than a human concept or expertise. As within the domain of Enlightenment ethics, so with Enlightenment

The enlightenment key facts

Germany, Diderot not only philosophized about art and wonder, but also

tracts that are sympathetic to deism; and their deistic sympathies