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Reason, Age of:

see EnlightenmentEnlightenment,
term applied to the mainstream of thought of 18th-century Europe and America. Background and Basic Tenets

The scientific and intellectual developments of the 17th cent.
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This slight step up in trip should not be an inconvenience, and while the handicapper has hardly thrown Age Of Reason in off a mark of 83, it is not hard to see him improving past that in due course.
Also performing on the evening will be The Golden Age of Reason, a new collective featuring members of BBC 6 Music favourites Soft Hearted Scientists, Helen Love and the Milkrace.
As we continue to experience a period of Renaissance, noted in our 2013 trend report, we are beginning to see a new age of enlightenment; a rebirth of the age of reason.
Jonardon Ganeri's latest book, The Lost Age of Reason, continues in some ways from his previous three books, The Concealed Art of the Soul, Artha, and Philosophy in Classical India.
Inspired by a book, Flesh In the Age of Reason (hence the acronym FAR) which investigated 18th Century studies of body and soul, the dance piece is not so much an intellectual work as a riot of movement, music and lighting.
The authors here understand that words are tools of reason and look for the Age of Reason to manifest itself in the use of words.
Saeed Bin Suroor, who has won both previous runnings, saddles four, including last year's first, second and fourth in Sabotage, Age Of Reason and Whispering Gallery respectively.
Whether you look at the ancient world, the golden age of Islam, the Renaissance, the 18th century Age of Reason in this country, the humanities have been respected and revered for holding together the cultural capital of society.
Modern religion experts are too narrowly focused, and don't expand their studies to cover all world religions-and that's a problem, Guy Stroumsa argues in his book "A New Science: The Discovery of Religion in The Age of Reason.
The radical rationalist of the Nouvelle Vague, Rohmer was always identified with the Age of Reason, but Summer, with its host of omens and superstitions and the numinous phenomenon that gives the film its name (translated literally, it would be The Green Ray), looks back to the gothic seance with the spirit of Don Juan in La Carriere de Suzanne (Suzanne's Career, 1963) and reminds one that the subject of Rohmer's dissertation was Murnau's phantasmal Faust (1926).
Godolphin trainer Saeed Bin Surour, who finished with four winners in the last week's meeting here, is expected to have another good out as Midshipman runs in the Meydan Metropolis, a 7-furlong Conditions race while in the DRC Gold Cup over 16-furlongs, he is strongly represented by Age Of Reason, Mojave Moon and Whispering Gallery.
In my hotel room at the Four Seasons in Paris, I found a collection of books, from which I selected the English version of The Age of Reason by Jean-Paul Sartre; when I could not finish reading the book in the two nights I spent there, I offered to buy it, only to be told that it is complementary, since I am an old customer at the hotel.