Thomas Jefferson’s Philosophy: The Enlightenment; Ideology

  • M. L. Burstein


Like most people, Thomas Jefferson disdained metaphysics; and like all serious thinkers, could not elude ultimate existential quandaries. He called himself a materialist. What does that mean?


Modern Science Moral Philosophy French Revolution Logical Construction British Empiricism 
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© M. L. Burstein 1993

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