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References in classic literature ?
I listened to him for about a quarter of an hour; and, coming out of court at the expiration of that time, without the faintest ray of enlightenment as to the merits of the case, felt as if I were at home again.
The enlightenment has been painfully forced upon me, and the discovery is not mine.
No enlightenment,' resumed Eugene, after certain minutes of silence.
Quilp looked frowningly at him, and frowningly at his wife, and frowningly at Richard Swiveller; but, receiving no enlightenment from any of them, hurried up stairs, whence he soon hurried down again, confirming the report which had already been made.
I might indirectly assist the cause of enlightenment and propaganda.
What distinguishers the political studies group, Katznelson believes, was their refusal to cast out Enlightenment ideals wholesale.
As the Enlightenment flowered throughout Europe, Kant argued that he and his contemporaries did not live in an "enlightened age," but that they did live in "the age of enlightenment.
It never addresses a capital-G God - an individual is to achieve enlightenment for himself.
Sometime around 1700 the monster flashbulb called the Scottish enlightenment began.
A characteristic of Enlightenment thought is uniformitarianism--a tendency to find the same universal human characteristics everywhere, even while admitting that in different contexts societies were in a state of barbarism and not yet civilized.
Walls maintains that missions theory in the period derived less from Enlightenment thinking than from a Christendom mindset that antedated it.
See, for example, Tzvetan Todorov's claim that it is "inaccurate and dangerous" to understand racism as a result of Enlightenment humanism (in Gates, "Race" 373), and Henry Louis Gates's response to Todorov in the same work (407ff).