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Reference Books on this Topic

Encyclopedia of Democratic Thought

Call Number: Ref JC423 .E54 2001

Encyclopedia of the Enlightenment

Call Number: Ref B802 .E53 2003


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  • 19th century philosophy

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Web sites on 19th Century Philosophy / Limits of Reason

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