The Age of Enlightenment: Basic Writings of Locke, Voltaire, Berkeley etc.

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The challenging ideas of these great thinkers--and their equally great critics--remain the classical foundation of liberal humanism and rationalism in the West, so unparalleled for their lucidity, courage, hatred of darkness, and love of truth that they are vital to men and women today.