The Enlightenment, 1983

by: Roger Weir

The Enlightenment
9 of 13 presentations available
Tuesdays, Sep 6, 1983 to Nov 29, 1983


The philosophical re-arrangement of previous thought into an open matrix.
  • Leibniz (1646-1716) (Session 1) @ Sep 06
    Metaphysics
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  • Leibniz (1646-1716) (Session 2) @ Sep 13
    The great Genius of the Movement. The Magus becomes thinker
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  • Newton (1642-1727) @ Sep 20
    The Mighty generator of the idea of a Supermind
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  • Vico (1668-1744) @ Sep 27
    The little known mastermind of the new world-view
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  • St. Germain (?-1784) @ Oct 04
    The mystery man and "Wonderman" of Europe
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  • Voltaire (1694-1778) @ Oct 11
    The famous voice of man freed from obscurities
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  • Hume (1711-1776) @ Oct 18
    The archetypal philosopher of ultimate analysis
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  • Rousseau (1712-1778) @ Oct 25
    The great social application of the enlightened mind
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  • Diderot (1713-1778) @ Nov 01
    The encyclopedist, editor of the universal resource
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  • Gibbon (1737-1794) @ Nov 08
    The greatest historian of civilization-wide ranges
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  • Kant (1724-1804) @ Nov 15
    The finest philosopher of 18th century
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  • Mozart (1756-1791) @ Nov 22
    The famous composer and interpreter of the Enlightenment
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  • Blake (1757-1827) @ Nov 29
    The finest mystic artist of the age, the enlightened visionary
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