Voltaire's Philosophical Dictionary
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Voltaire's Philosophical Dictionary

By Voltaire
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Table of Contents
  • Voltaire's
  • Philosophical
  • Dictionary
    • New York
      • CARLTON HOUSE
        • MANUFACTURED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
      • MANUFACTURED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    • CARLTON HOUSE
      • MANUFACTURED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    • MANUFACTURED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
    • ADULTERY
      • Note on a Magistrate Written about 1764
      • Note for Women
    • Note on a Magistrate Written about 1764
    • Note for Women
    • ADVOCATE
    • ANCIENTS AND MODERNS
    • ANIMALS
    • ANTIQUITY
    • ARTS
      • That the Newness of the Arts in no wise proves the Newness of the Globe
    • That the Newness of the Arts in no wise proves the Newness of the Globe
    • ASTROLOGY
    • ATHEISM
      • SECTION I
      • SECTION II
    • SECTION I
    • SECTION II
    • AUTHORITY
    • AUTHORS
    • BANISHMENT
    • BANKRUPTCY
    • BEAUTY
    • BISHOP
    • BOOKS
    • BOULEVERD OR BOULEVART
    • BOURGES
    • BRAHMINS
    • CHARACTER
    • CHARLATAN
      • Of Charlatanry in Science and Literature
    • Of Charlatanry in Science and Literature
    • CIVIL LAWS
      • Extract from Some Notes found among a Lawyer's Papers, which maybe merit Examination.
    • Extract from Some Notes found among a Lawyer's Papers, which maybe merit Examination.
    • CLIMATE
    • COMMON SENSE
    • CONCATENATION OF EVENTS
    • CONTRADICTIONS
    • CORN
    • CROMWELL
      • SECTION I
      • SECTION II
    • SECTION I
    • SECTION II
    • CUSTOMS
      • Contemptible Customs do not always Suppose a Contemptible Nation
    • Contemptible Customs do not always Suppose a Contemptible Nation
    • DEMOCRACY
    • DESTINY
    • DEVOUT
    • THE ECCLESIASTICAL MINISTRY
    • EMBLEM
    • ON THE ENGLISH THEATRE
    • ENVY
    • EQUALITY
      • SECTION I
      • SECTION II
    • SECTION I
    • SECTION II
    • EXPIATION
    • EXTREME
    • EZOURVEIDAM
    • FAITH
    • FALSE MINDS
    • FATHERLAND
    • FINAL CAUSES
    • FRAUD
    • FREE-WILL
    • FRENCH
    • FRIENDSHIP
    • GOD
    • HELVETIA
    • HISTORY
      • Definition
        • First Foundations of History
        • Of Records
      • First Foundations of History
      • Of Records
    • Definition
      • First Foundations of History
      • Of Records
    • First Foundations of History
    • Of Records
    • IGNORANCE
    • THE IMPIOUS
    • JOAN OF ARC
    • KISSING
    • LANGUAGES
    • LAWS
    • LIBERTY
    • LIBRARY
    • LIMITS OF THE HUMAN MIND
    • LOCAL CRIMES
    • LOVE
    • LUXURY
    • GENERAL REFLECTION ON MAN
    • MAN IN THE IRON MASK
      • Publishers Note[18]
    • Publishers Note[18]
    • MARRIAGE
    • MASTER
      • SECTION I
      • SECTION II
    • SECTION I
    • SECTION II
    • MEN OF LETTERS
    • METAMORPHOSIS, METEMPSYCHOSIS
    • MILTON, ON THE REPROACH OF PLAGIARISM AGAINST
    • MOHAMMEDANS
    • MOUNTAIN
    • NAKEDNESS
    • NATURAL LAW
    • NATURE
    • NECESSARY
    • NEW NOVELTIES
    • PHILOSOPHER
    • POWER, OMNIPOTENCE
    • PRAYERS
    • PRÉCIS OF ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY
    • PREJUDICES
      • Prejudices of the Senses
        • Physical Prejudices
        • Historical Prejudices
        • Religious Prejudices
      • Physical Prejudices
      • Historical Prejudices
      • Religious Prejudices
    • Prejudices of the Senses
      • Physical Prejudices
      • Historical Prejudices
      • Religious Prejudices
    • Physical Prejudices
    • Historical Prejudices
    • Religious Prejudices
    • RARE
    • REASON
    • RELIGION
    • SECT
      • SECTION I
      • SECTION II
    • SECTION I
    • SECTION II
    • SELF-ESTEEM
    • SOUL
      • SECTION I
      • SECTION II
      • SECTION III
        • Of the Soul of Animals, and of some Empty Ideas
      • Of the Soul of Animals, and of some Empty Ideas
      • SECTION IV
        • About the Soul, and About our Little Knowledge
      • About the Soul, and About our Little Knowledge
      • SECTION V
        • Of Warburton's Paradox on the Immortality of the Soul
      • Of Warburton's Paradox on the Immortality of the Soul
      • SECTION VI
        • Of the Need of Revelation
      • Of the Need of Revelation
      • SECTION VII
        • Souls of Fools and Monsters
      • Souls of Fools and Monsters
    • SECTION I
    • SECTION II
    • SECTION III
      • Of the Soul of Animals, and of some Empty Ideas
    • Of the Soul of Animals, and of some Empty Ideas
    • SECTION IV
      • About the Soul, and About our Little Knowledge
    • About the Soul, and About our Little Knowledge
    • SECTION V
      • Of Warburton's Paradox on the Immortality of the Soul
    • Of Warburton's Paradox on the Immortality of the Soul
    • SECTION VI
      • Of the Need of Revelation
    • Of the Need of Revelation
    • SECTION VII
      • Souls of Fools and Monsters
    • Souls of Fools and Monsters
    • STATES, GOVERNMENTS
    • SUPERSTITION
    • TEARS
    • THEIST
    • TOLERANCE
    • TRUTH
    • TYRANNY
    • VIRTUE
      • SECTION I
      • SECTION II
    • SECTION I
    • SECTION II
    • WHY?
    • DECLARATION OF THE ADMIRERS, QUESTIONERS AND DOUBTERS WHO HAVE AMUSED THEMSELVES BY PROPOUNDING TO THE SCHOLARS THE ABOVE QUESTIONS IN NINE VOLUMES.[23]
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