European mind [1680-1715]

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Hazard is known today mainly for two works. The first was La Crise de la conscience européenne, (The European Mind, the Critical Years,tr.

). was for many years the standard edition. In addition to translating The Crisis of the European Mind, May translated its sequel, European Thought in the Eighteenth Century. Anthony Grafton is Henry Putnam University Professor of History and the Humanities at Princeton University.

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