The Works of Voltaire, Vol. IV of XLIII. Romances, Vol. III of III, and A Treatise on Toleration.
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The Works of Voltaire, Vol. IV of XLIII. Romances, Vol. III of III, and A Treatise on Toleration.

By François Marie Arouet (Voltaire)
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  • THE WORKS OF VOLTAIRE, VOLUME 4 of 43; Romances III, with A Treatise on Toleration.
  • Contents
  • List of Plates, Volume IV.
  • André Des Touches in Siam.
  • The Blind As Judges of Color.
  • The Clergyman and His Soul.
    • CHAPTER I.
    • CHAPTER II. THE STUDY OF NATURE.
    • CHAPTER III. GOOD ADVICE.
    • CHAPTER IV. DIALOGUE UPON THE SOUL AND OTHER TOPICS.
  • A Conversation With a Chinese.
  • Memnon the Philosopher.
  • Plato’s Dream.
  • An Adventure in India.
  • Bababec.
  • Ancient Faith and Fable.
  • The Two Comforters.
  • A Dialogue Between Marcus Aurelius and A Recollet Friar.
  • Dialogue Between a Brahmin And a Jesuit, on Necessity and Free-will, and the General Concatenation of Causes and Effects.
  • Dialogues Between Lucretius and Posidonius.
    • FIRST COLLOQUY.
    • SECOND COLLOQUY.
  • Dialogue Between a Client and His Lawyer.
  • Dialogue Between Madame de Maintenon and Mademoiselle de l’Enclos.
  • Dialogue Between a Savage And a Bachelor of Arts.
  • A Treatise on Toleration.
    • CHAPTER I.A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE DEATH OF JOHN CALAS.
    • CHAPTER II.CONSEQUENCES OF THE EX­E­CU­TION OF JOHN CA­LAS.
    • CHAPTER III.A SKETCH OF THE RE­FORM­A­TION IN THE SIX­TEENTH CEN­TURY.
    • CHAPTER IV.WHETHER TOLER­A­TION IS DAN­GER­OUS, AND A­MONG WHAT NA­TIONS IT IS PRAC­TISED.
    • CHAPTER V.IN WHAT CASES TOL­ER­A­TION MAY BE AD­MIT­TED.
    • CHAPTER VI.IF NON-TOL­ER­A­TION IS A­GREE­ABLE TO THE LAW OF NA­TURE AND OF SO­CIE­TY.
    • CHAPTER VII.IF NON-TOL­ER­A­TION WAS KNOWN A­MONG THE GREEKS.
    • CHAPTER VIII.WHETHER THE RO­MANS EN­COUR­AGED TOL­ER­A­TION.
    • CHAPTER IX. MARTYRS.
    • CHAPTER X.THE DANGER OF FALSE LEG­ENDS AND PER­SE­CU­TION.
    • CHAPTER XI.ILL CONSE­QUENCES OF NON-TOL­ER­A­TION.
    • CHAPTER XII.IF NON-TOL­ERA­TION WAS PART OF THE DI­VINE LAW A­MONG THE JEWS, AND WHETH­ER IT WAS AL­WAYS PUT IN PRAC­TICE.
    • CHAPTER XIII.THE GREAT TOL­ER­A­TION EX­ER­CISED A­MONG THE JEWS.
    • CHAPTER XIV.IF NON-TOL­ER­A­TION WAS TAUGHT BY CHRIST.
    • CHAPTER XV.TESTIMONIES AGAINST PERS­E­CU­TION.
    • CHAPTER XVI.A CONVERSA­TION BE­TWEEN A DY­ING MAN AND ONE IN GOOD HEALTH.
    • CHAPTER XVII.A LETTER FROM A BEN­E­FICED PRIEST TO FA­THER LE­TEL­LIER, THE JES­U­IT, DAT­ED THE 6th OF MAY, 1714.
    • CHAPTER XVIII.THE ONLY CASES IN WHICH NON-TOL­ER­A­TION MAKES PART OF THE HU­MAN LAW.
    • CHAPTER XIX.ACCOUNT OF A CON­TRO­VERS­IAL DIS­PUTE WHICH HAP­PENED IN CHI­NA.
    • CHAPTER XX.WHETHER IT IS OF SER­VICE TO IN­DULGE THE PEO­PLE IN SUP­ER­STI­TION.
    • CHAPTER XXI. VIRTUE IS BET­TER THAN LEARN­ING.
    • CHAPTER XXII. OF UNIVERSAL TOLERATION.
    • CHAPTER XXIII. AN ADDRESS TO THE DEITY.
    • CHAPTER XXIV. POSTSCRIPT.
    • CHAPTER XXV. SEQUEL AND CONCLUSION.
    • FOOTNOTES TO A TREAT­ISE ON TOL­ER­A­TION
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