Saturday, November 22, 2014

Daily Dose

From When the World Spoke French, by Marc Fumaroli, translated by Richard Howard


"The century of the Enlightenment was often indifferent to religion, but never to education.  From Fenelon to Rousseau by way of Condillac, pedagogues pullulated."

From Chapter 17, William Beckford: The Author of Vathek

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