Nature's God : the heretical origins of the American republic / Matthew Stewart.
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Summary:Derided as "infidels" and "athiests" in their own time, the radicals who founded America set their sights on a revolution of the mind. They wanted to liberate the young counrty not just from one king, but also from the tyranny of super natural religion.
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|Cook Memorial Library - La Grande||277.3 S84 (Text)||35178001485914||Adult Non-Fiction||Book||None||12/20/2014||Available||-|
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- ISBN: 9780393064544
- Physical Description: 566 pages; 24 cm
- Edition: First Edition.
- Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton & Company, 
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
The dirty little screw of the American Revolution -- Pathologies of freedom -- Epicurus's dangerous idea -- On the genealogy of nature's god -- Self--evident truths -- The pursuit of happiness -- The empire of reason -- The religion of freedom.
Derided as "infidels" and "athiests" in their own time, the radicals who founded America set their sights on a revolution of the mind. They wanted to liberate the young counrty not just from one king, but also from the tyranny of super natural religion.
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|Subject:||Founding Fathers of the United States > Views on religion.
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