The inaugural lecture on 9 May 2019.
Voltaire is the most famous of the Enlightenment thinkers. Not necessarily the most radical or the most extreme philosophe, but certainly the one with the highest profile.
Le 15 janvier 2019, nous sommes partis de St Albans School pour visiter la Fondation Voltaire afin de rencontrer le professeur Nicholas Cronk et le Dr Gillian Pink, avec l’intention d’en savoir plus sur leur travail à la Fondation.
For those who missed it first time round, here is another chance to read this interview with Glenn Roe and Nicholas Cronk.
France is a light-hearted nation… This classical common belief is echoed repeatedly throughout the eighteenth century and bears witness to the deep axiological, scientific and ethical upheavals which this volume explores.
On 1 July 1782 most of the leaders of the popular government at Geneva fled their city by boat, landing on the Neuchâtel shore of Lake Geneva. How did this come to pass?
The Taylor Institution Library recently launched a new course teaching digital editing, with students able to create digital editions in any language of their choice.
Les ‘Annales de l’Empire’, dont la Voltaire Foundation va publier une admirable édition en trois volumes, ne sont guère représentatives de la création voltairienne.
Just as the print edition of the Œuvres Complètes de Voltaire is approaching completion, the Voltaire Foundation is starting work on new digital projects thanks to the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
There has rarely been a better time to write about skepticism than the current so-called post-truth era.