- Images of Enlightenment: The Lamp and the Sun
- The ”Dialectic of Enlightenment” before Horkheimer and Adorno
- Adorno Anti-Jacobin Review anti-jacobins Arendt Begriffsgeschichte Bentham Berlinische Monatsschrift Blumenberg Boston Cassirer Counter-Enlightenment Culture Industry Declaration of Independence Dialectic of Enlightenment Diderot Edmund Burke Epicurus Exile Exile Studies Foucault George Adler German Museum Habermas Hamann Hans Blumenberg Hegel History of Concepts Horace Horkheimer Isaiah Berlin James Gillray Jefferson John Quincy Adams Kant Koselleck Light Lionel Trilling Locke Los Angeles MacIntyre Melville Modernity Moses Mendelssohn Music Ngrams Nietzsche OED Pagden philosophy Pocock politics Popper rants religion reviews romanticism Schmitt scientism T. S. Eliot Thomas Mann translation Virgil Thomson Voltaire Whittaker Chambers William Barrett Wokler
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When asked “Who invented the word ‘counter-Enlightenment?” Isaiah Berlin replied I don’t know who invented the concept …. Someone must have said it. Could it be myself? I should be somewhat surprised. Perhaps I did. I really have no idea.1 … Continue reading
Before resuming last week’s exploration of the “shallow Enlightenment,” we should take stock of where things stand. What we saw last week was that “shallow” was but one of a number of pejoratives that have been marshaled against the Enlightenment. … Continue reading
In my efforts to make sense of the various pejoratives hurled at the Enlightenment, the one whose depths I’ve yet to plumb is (oddly enough) “shallow.” The term surfaces in a number of places and there’s a lot to be … Continue reading