Enlightenment Political Thought and Non-Western Societies: Sultans and Savages (review)

Hume Studies 35 (1-2):251-254 (2009)
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To date no comprehensive treatment of Enlightenment cosmopolitanism has yet appeared. However, we are beginning to see the regular publication of more specialised studies, and Frederick Whelan’s interesting book is a noteworthy entry in this genre.



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