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Freedom, equality and fratenity in the Early Dutch Enlightenment (1662-1697) (3E010807)

Research into the roots of the Enlightenment, more specifically by examining some central notions such as 'freedom', 'equality' and 'fraternity', and the way in which these were applied in political theory. Themes that will be examined in this context are i.a. slavery, the idea of the natural state and the noble savage, the image of the atheist martyr, etc.

Date:1 Oct 2007  →  30 Sep 2010
Keywords:democracy, political theory, enlightenment
Disciplines:Other philosophy, ethics and religious studies not elsewhere classified, Theory and methodology of philosophy, History, Ethics, Philosophy