Thursday, February 04, 2010

Lecture notes on Edmund Burke and the French Revolution

Many of the challenges our society is currently facing, including the institutionalized attempt to undermine the very foundations of Christendom, have their origins in the 'Enlightenment' of the 18th century. These notes give an outline of my lectures showing the relationship between Enlightenment philosophy and the French Revolution, together with the important role that Edmund Burke played in warning England not to follow France down the road of destructive folly. These notes, which can be downloaded as a pdf file, also point to areas where the ideas of the revolution have become endemic to modern American and British society.

Download Lecture notes on Edmund Burke and the French Revolution

Click HERE to read my other articles on Edmund Burke.



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