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Dictionnaire Philosophique.

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    Introduction Philosophical Dictionary Chronology

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    Aptly described as a deplorable monument of the extent to which inteligence and erudition can be abused The circumcised selection of topics illustrate how truly limited Voltaire s supposed erudition was Pick up only if you want to while away empty hours in trains, plotting definitive revolutions.

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    Wonderful This book exemplifies everything positive about the enlightenment Voltaire is clear, crisp, witty and learned He was a formidable enemy of the establishment, wielding his immense reading, logic and irony like a scalpel, cutting through the obfuscation and bullshit of the aristocracy and church Ni...

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    Il titolo dell opera mi ha ingannato, sebbene la colpa sia soltanto mia filosofico mi ha fatto pensare alla logica, all ontologia, alla gnoseologia, branche della filosofia che mi interessano in misura notevolmente maggiore rispetto alla teologia e alla filosofia della religione tuttavia, proprio a questi due campi, insieme all etica malamente trattata , appartengono la maggior parte delle voci Cos , gli appassionati di religione troveranno moltissimo materiale di loro interesse, scrupolosamente documentato e giustamente intriso di opinioni dell autore Le affermazioni sono per lo pi esenti da pregiudizi e raggiunte attraverso la sola ragione proprio come si addice a un illuminista vero , ma non poche volte mi sono trovato in contrasto con Voltaire.Bisogna comunque tener conto del difficile compito richiesto dall opera da una parte, l autore avrebbe dovuto presentare oggettivamente le voci attraverso una breve sintesi del loro significato e sviluppo storico dall altra, egli avrebbe dovuto aggiungere opinioni personali, critiche, ragionamenti in grado di stimolare il lettore alla riflessione Devo ammettere che, nonostante siano presenti voci in cui la fusione risulta lodevole, nella maggior parte di esse Voltaire fallisce, talvolta dedicandosi a questioni secondarie all argomento, talora trascurando sviluppi st...

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    This book and Voltaire himself are a delicate balance of some of the most dangerous traits Let me start with this book there are some sparkles of extremely daring and destructive philosophical statements in this book e.g Caract re and Guerre , but it s merged within an ocean of prejudices, superstitions and double standards which Voltaire wouldn t acknowledge since he s so enlightened and personal resentments This combination of contents is the most dangerous of all, since it would lure whatever reader into thinking that they are of the same type with Voltaire, and then swallow those most subversive suggestions with near sighted and sometimes straight up stupid witty irony without realizing it This is, I m borrowing this vocabulary from Jung, poisonous The book itself is unforgivably poisonous, not because of its content per se, but because of the long term effect it could have on people s psyche.And the character of Voltaire, as displayed in the book, is no better He is extremely biased and partial, with the additional quality that he could dress up his own prejudice as if it was a sound and just statement Moreover, he is definitely not stupid...

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    A great book from the period of enlightenment by a great philosopher who employed the method of critical inquiry to expose the implausibility of widely held religious doctrines, thus, destroying the illusion that we already comprehend the world perfectly.He rejects the absurd and wicked claims of the religious and ca...

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    Peut etre suffise cette La Foi consiste croire, non ce qui semble vrai, mais ce qui semble faux notre entendement.

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    Originally published as a response to Diderot s, Encyclopedia, it became a book with its own merits in later editions which is the one that we are familiar with today Wholly advocating for religious toleration, as the theme in France was the persecution of Protestants and Calvinists, one will find this theme throughout the various essays.Not quite as illuminative as it was during the enlightenment, there are numerous essays that stood the test of time Namely the essays False Minds, Free will, God, Liberty Sects and others False Minds is very apropos as societies are fighting the idea of alternative facts currently The next three have the themes as defining what we mean by free will and what it is that we mean when we refer to the Supreme Being Lastly, Sects, deals with how logic and mathematics have no such thing as a sect as they have truth in their foundation whereas religious sects wage wars arguing over what is true and just.My favorite essay of the 96 compiled essays has to be Fraud This is an essays written as a conversation between to learned men One being a fakir the other a disciple of Confucius They debate things such as Cartesian Doubt and whether or not we should teach people by deceiving them Hilarious and enlightening but stoo...

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