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Enlightenment book by William Bristow
If the founder of the rationalist strain of the Enlightenment is Descartes, then the founder of the empiricist strain is Francis Bacon (1561-1626)……Kant saves rational knowledge of nature by limiting rational knowledge to nature….Samuel Clarke, an influential rationalist British thinker early in the Enlightenment, undertakes to show in his Discourse Concerning the Unchangeable Obligations of Natural Religion (1706), against Hobbes explicitly, that the absolute difference between moral good and moral evil lies in the immediately discernible nature of things, independently of any compacts or positive legislation by God or human beings.
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