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INTELLECTUAL MOVEMENTS AND GEOPOLITICAL REGIONALIZATION: THE CASE OF THE EAST EUROPEAN ENLIGHTENMENT

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Abstract: Although Western scholarship in the 1980s and 1990s tended to argue for the disunity of the Enlightenment movement, the so-called "East European Enlightenment" is still mostly taken as a unitary phenomenon. My aim is to describe the state of art of a virtually non-existent historical discipline - "East European Enlightenment studies" - and to reconstruct the intellectual roots of its marginalization. In addition, methodological complements to the macroregionalist approach will be offered by using the concept of the "Venturian Enlightenment" with the example of the Enlightenment in Bohemia and by suggesting some new research topics.

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2005-01-01
2016-12-11

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