Denis Diderot Quote

In England, philosophers are honoured, respected; they rise to public offices, they are buried with the kings...In France warrants are issued against them, they are persecuted, pelted with pastoral letters: Do we see that England is any the worse for it?


'Introduction aux Grands Principes ou Réception d'un Philosophe', in J. Assézat (ed.), Oeuvres Complètes (1875–7), Vol. 2

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In England, philosophers are honoured, respected; they rise to public offices, they are buried with the kings...In France warrants are issued against ...

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In England, philosophers are honoured, respected; they rise to public offices, they are buried with the kings...In France warrants are issued against ...

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In England, philosophers are honoured, respected; they rise to public offices, they are buried with the kings...In France warrants are issued against ...

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In England, philosophers are honoured, respected; they rise to public offices, they are buried with the kings...In France warrants are issued against ...