The importance of the Enlightenment has not been its triumph, but its creation of a <strong>culture of criticism</strong>&nbsp;&ndash; a culture now endangered by apathy

The importance of the Enlightenment has not been its triumph, but its creation of a culture of criticism&amp;nbsp;&amp;ndash; a culture now endangered by
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The importance of the Enlightenment has not been its triumph, but its creation of a culture of criticism – a culture now endangered by apathy

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