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The Enlightenment and Godwin

William Godwin by Elton Edward Smith and Esther Greenwell Smith, page 20:
as a child of the Enlightenment, in whom theological dogma had softened to moral philosophy and Biblical revelation had been domesticated into the controlling power of Reason, Godwin tended to think first of man and mind and only latterly of God and the Church.

Elliot Temple on November 19, 2008


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