Voltaire: A History That Never Moved

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Title: Voltaire: A History That Never Moved
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Subject: Europe
Author: Binoy Kapmark
Date: July 1, 2009
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Was it Idea? Was it Spirit? Not free will, since free will is constrained. Not God who lies too high in the sky. Voltaire mentions the figures from the past, Suleiman the Magnificent for instance or Charles XII, he mentions the Oriental perspectives brilliantly, but he does not link them definitively...
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Like Umberto Eco’s William of Baskerville, he sees signs without a connection. He displays a delight for exoticism. He is far too interested in his present, where modernity is undertaking a dynamic revolution through literature. * * * Voltaire's history begins where Gibbons account of it ends...
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