Voltaire worked continuously throughout the years, producing a constant flow of books, plays and other publications. He wrote hundreds of letters to his circle of friends. He was always a voice of reason. Voltaire was often an outspoken critic of religious intolerance and persecution... Showed first 250 characters
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The excitement of the trip was too much for him and he died in Paris. Because of his criticism of the church Voltaire was denied burial in church ground. He was finally buried at an abbey in Champagne. In 1791 his remains were moved to a resting place at the Pantheon in Paris... Showed next 250 characters
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Francois Marie Arouet, who became better known by his pen name Voltaire, was born on November 21, 1694. Arouet received his education at Louis-le-Grand, a Jesuit college in Paris where he said he learned nothing but "Latin and the Stupidities...
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Voltaire's English Letters and Candide
There have been many ideas of motives behind "Candide." One being his disagreements with the establishments of Absolute Monarchy and the state of the Catholic Church...
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One of the main dilemmas in Candide is that of optimistic vs. pessimistic views of the world. The optimistic viewpoint of world is related to the Christianity which Voltaire critiques throughout the whole story...
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Voltaire On The Church, True R
In Religion Voltaire describes one of his meditations. During this experience Voltaire thought about an archangel which took him to a place where he came in contact with many great philosophers among them Christ...
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