Table of contents for Encyclopedia of the Enlightenment / Alan Charles Kors, editor in chief.

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I. Definitions and Interpretations of the Enlightenment A. Principal Articles B. Supporting Articles II. The Political Geography of the Enlightenment A. The International Seetting and its Significant Historical Events B. Nations, States, and Politics C. Cities, Towns, Centers, and Institutions of Intellectual Activity D. Demography E. Linguistic Change F. European contact and Colonialism III. The Agencies and Spaces of the Enlightenment A. The World of Print B. Media of Diffusion C. Popularizers, Appropriators, and Critics of the Enlightenment D. Education (including Ecclesiastical Education) IV. Enlightenment, Thought, and 18th Century Culture A. The Essential Debates and Concepts of the Enlightenment B. Major Schools and Movements of Thought C. Biographies

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Enlightenment -- Encyclopedias.
Enlightenment -- United States -- Encyclopedias.
Philosophy -- Encyclopedias.
Europe -- Intellectual life -- 18th century.
United States -- Intellectual life -- 18th century.