The paradoxes of ignorance in early modern England and France /

In the early modern period, ignorance was commonly perceived as a sin, a flaw, a defect and even a threat to religion and the social order. Yet praises of ignorance were also expressed in the same context. Reclaiming the long-lasting legacy of medieval doctrines of ignorance and taking a comparative...

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Main Author: Parageau, Sandrine (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Stanford, California : Stanford University Press, [2023].
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Evans: Library Stacks

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Call Number: BD221 .P345 2023
 
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