Man and Nature

Volume 4, 1985

Sommaire (14 articles)

  1. Acknowledgements / Remerciements
  2. Preface / Préface
  3. Vital Forces and Vital Laws in Eighteenth-Century French Physiology
  4. Matter, Mind and Active Principles in Mid Eighteenth-Century British Physiology
  5. Thomas Reid's Critique of Joseph Priestley: Context and Chronology
  6. Natural Law and the Scottish Enlightenment
  7. Reid and the Rights of Man
  8. Women, Allegory and the French Revolution: The Case of Armed Liberty
  9. The Rhetoric of Grace in Jonathan Edwards' Personal Narrative
  10. La vie intellectuelle et les activités culturelles à la forteresse de Louisbourg 1713-1758
  11. The Art of Medicine in Pre-Loyalist New Brunswick
  12. 'To Keep Them in Proper Subjection': Jeffrey Amherst and the Indians
  13. Shakespeare and Eighteenth-Century German Poetics
  14. 'This Pestiferous Reading': The Social Basis of Reaction Against The Novel in Late Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century Britain

Copyright © Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies / Société canadienne d'étude du dix-huitième siècle, 1985