15) Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Letter to D'Alembert
and Writings for the Theater, University Press of New England, 2004.
5 (Oxford, 2008), who at the end of this study gives useful summaries of Voltaire's various historical works, including his important article on "History" from the Encyclopedie of Diderot and d'Alembert
66) Borgato, "La prova fisica," 222, 243; Jean D'Alembert
, "Reflexions sur le mouvement des corps pesans, en ayant egard a la rotation de la Terre autour de son axe," Memoires de l'Academie Royale des' Sciences, 1771, pp.
Scholars of philosophy, of history, or of history of philosophy consider such topic as reactions to Spinoza in Germany around 1700, French royal censorship and the battle to suppress the Encyclopedia of Diderot and D'Alembert
1751-59, the breakdown of censorship and the modes of printed discourse during the English Civil War, John Toland and the censorship of atheism, and G.
QU'ON nous peigne l'amour comme on voudra: il seduit, ou ce n'est pas lui," writes Rousseau in the Lettre a d'Alembert
sur les spectacles (V 51).
This is a quotation from a paper with the title "ECE Generalizations of the d'Alembert
, Proca and Superconductivity Wave Equations .
In the entry on civette (materia medica) in the Encyclopedie of Diderot and d'Alembert
In 1922, Plowden and Thompson were using the methods advocated by Diderot and D'Alembert
in their Encyclopedia (published like a breath of clean air in 18th century France).
1750 is the year that French philosophers Denis Diderot and Jean le Rond d'Alembert
published the Encyclopddie's prospectus, followed soon after by the publication of their first volume the following year.
Although Leibniz's mechanics made no headway, his algebraic approach to natural philosophy was enthusiastically adapted to the 'rational' or 'analytical' mechanics of Continental Newtonians like d'Alembert
on the Theatre: how the political environment in which an audience resides affects the message it will learn.
All of these topics were addressed in their Encyclopedie (published 1751 onwards) in articles by Denis Diderot (1713-84), Etienne Bonnot de Condillac (1715-80), Jean D'Alembert
(1717-83), Baron D'Holbach (1723-89), and Jean-Francois Marmontel (1723-99), in which they all eagerly sought a rational substitute for religion.