Enlightenment(Redirected from Enlightenment (disambiguation))
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Enlightenment, enlighten or enlightened may refer to:
- Enlightenment (spiritual), insight or awakening to the true nature of reality
- Age of Enlightenment, period in Western intellectual history from the late 17th to the late 18th century, centered in France but also encompassing:
- Scottish Enlightenment, period in 18th century Scotland
- American Enlightenment, intellectual culture of the British North American colonies and the early United States
- Enlightenment in Poland, ideas of the Age of Enlightenment in Poland
- Russian Enlightenment, a period in the eighteenth century in which the government in Russia began to actively encourage the proliferation of arts and sciences
- Enlightenment in Spain, came to Spain with a new dynasty, the Bourbons, subsequent reform and 'enlightened despotism'
- Modern Greek Enlightenment, an 18th-century national revival and educational movement in Greece
- Haskalah, Jewish Enlightenment, movement among European Jews in the late 18th century
- Enlightenment in Buddhism, translation of the term bodhi "awakening"
- Enlightenment in Western secular tradition, wisdom or understanding enabling clarity of perception
- Ionian Enlightenment, the origin of ancient Greek advances in philosophy and science
- Enlighten Canberra, an annual arts and cultural festival in Canberra, Australia
- "Enlightenment", the main artistic performance in the 2012 Summer Paralympics opening ceremony
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- Counter-Enlightenment, a term used by some 20th century commentators to describe contemporary reasoned opposition to the Age of Enlightenment
- Dark Enlightenment, an anti-democratic and reactionary movement that broadly rejects egalitarianism and Whig historiography
- All pages beginning with "Enlighten"
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