Table of contents for Toleration in Enlightenment Europe / edited by Ole Peter Grell and Roy Porter.


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1. Toleration in Enlightenment Europe Ole Peter Grell and Roy Porter
2. Toleration and the Enlightenment movement Martin Fitzpatrick
3. Multiculturalism and ethic cleansing in the Enlightenment Robert Wokler
4. Intolerance, the virtue of Princes and Radicals Sylvana Tomaselli
5. Spinoza, Locke and the Enlightenment battle for toleration Jonathan I. Israel
6. Toleration and Enlightenment in the Dutch Republic Ernestine van der Wall
7. Toleration and citizenship in Enlightenment England: John Toland and the naturalisation of the Jews, 1714-1753 Justin Champion
8. Citizenship and religious toleration in France Marisa Linton
9. A tolerant society? Religious toleration and the Holy Roman Empire, 1648-1806 Joachim Whaley
10. Enlightenment in the Habsburg Monarcht: History of a belated and short-lived phenomenon Karl Vocelka
11. Toleration in Eastern Europe: the dissident question in eighteenth-century Poland-Lithuania Michael G. Müller
12. Toleration in Enlightenment Italy Nicholas Davidson
13. Inquisition, tolerance and liberty in eighteenth-century Spain Henry Kamen.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Religious tolerance Europe History 18th century, Toleration Europe History 18th century, Enlightenment