French Writers and their Society 1715–1800 by Haydn Mason

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30. 31. 33 practices, like the jesuit Order, most guilds, and judicial torture, were suppressed or modified before 1789. But Goubert's study stops at 1750, which makes the broad assertions substantially correct within his limits. C. Kunstler, La Vie quotidienne sous la Regence (Paris: Hachette, 1960), p. 165; M. Bloch, Les Rois thaumaturges (Paris: Istra, 1924), p. 397. Bloch, Les Rois thaumaturges, p. 401. M. S. Anderson, 18th Century Europe 1713--1789 (Oxford University Press, 1966), p. 77. P.

Before 1720, the only important journals published in France were the weekly Gazette, an official paper which held the monopoly of political news, the monthly Mercure de France and the weekly Journal des savants, the last being the only one to deal with science, while also covering much else. None enjoyed a wide readership and little impact was made upon public opinion before 1750. Yet these remained the only officially recognised journals, and those who wished to start up competitors had to obtain special permission from the authorities, which involved inter alia the offering of a subsidy to one of the trio, generally the journal des savants.

Keller, Prelude to the Enlightenment: French Literature, 1690-1740 (Allen and Unwin, 1971), pp. 205-6). His arguments, though valid, seem partial and do not take account of the full range of developments in France. 4, 'The great battle of ideas took place before 1715, and even before 1700', A. Cobban, 'The Enlightenment', in The New Cambridge Modern History, Vol. VII, The Old Regime 1713-63, edited by J. 0. Lindsay (Cambridge University Press, 1957), p. 85. 'experience dans Ia formation de Ia philosophie du XVIII' siecle en France', in Etudes d'histoire litteraire (Paris: Champion, 1929), pp.

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