Reference : Climat, race, caractère national et langage chez James Dunbar (1780). Un cas journali...
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Arts & humanities : History
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/142081
Climat, race, caractère national et langage chez James Dunbar (1780). Un cas journalistique de transmission des "Lumières écossaises tardives".
French
[en] Climate, Race, National Character and Language according to James Dunbar (1780). A Case of Journalistic Transfer of the "Scottish Late Enlightenment".
Droixhe, Daniel mailto [Université de Liège - ULg > Département de langues et littératures romanes > Département de langues et littératures romanes >]
Collart, Muriel mailto []
2011
Lumières
17
2e semestre
Les Lumières dans leur siècle, coordonné par Didier Masseau et Gérard Laudin
77-99
Yes
International
[en] history of anthropology ; cultural transfer ; journalism
[en] What is Dunbar's position towards Dubos', Montesquieu's and Ferguson's climatology and environmental influence on race? To which extent did he suscribe to Helvetius's and Hume's skeptical considerations about this determination? We link this opposition to the one, established by Z. Sternhell, between a mere "Enlightement" associating Locke and Kant and a pre-romantic anti-Enlightenment illustrated by Burke or Herder. We consider the reception of Dunbar's Essays in the French, British and German scientific press.
Société wqllonne d'étude du 18e siècle
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/142081
www.swedhs.org

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