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Joseph Goebbels Kamu Aydınlatma ve Propaganda Nazi bakanıydı. - Joseph Goebbels was the Nazi minister of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda.

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İnsanları aydınlatmak çok kolaydır. - Enlightening the people is very easy.

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Joseph Goebbels Kamu Aydınlatma ve Propaganda Nazi bakanıydı. - Joseph Goebbels was the Nazi minister of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda.

Yakılan her kitap dünyayı aydınlatır. - Every burned book enlightens the world.

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Bilgeliğin ışığı yeni ufukları aydınlatmalıdır. - The ray of wisdom must enlighten new horizons.

İnsanları aydınlatmak çok kolaydır. - Enlightening the people is very easy.

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Yüzü mutluluktan aydınlandı. - Her face was enlightened by happiness.

Televizyon izleyicileri eğlendirmesinin yanı sıra onları aydınlatır. - Television enlightens the viewers as well as entertains them.

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A 17th and 18th-century philosophical movement in European history; the Age of Enlightenment or Age of Reason emphasizing rationalism

He first presented a complementary thesis on the Enlightenment philosopher Immanuel Kant (1724–1804), in which he used the term “archaeology” for the first time, and which indicated the period of history to which he was constantly to return.The Enlightenment: the intellectual, philosophical, cultural and scientific spirit of the 18th century. A belief in reason, progress, man’s “maturity” and a general rejection of tradition, religion and authority.

An act of enlightening, or the state of being enlightened or instructed
A concept in spirituality, philosophy and psychology related to achieving clarity of perception, reason and knowledge
A 17th and 18th century philosophical movement in European history; the Age of Enlightenment or Age of Reason emphasizing rationalism
{i} the Age of Reason, 18th-century philosophical movement that emphasized the use of scientific inquiry and reason (most commonly associated with Locke, Descartes, Newton, and Rousseau)
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The state in which a person frees himself entirely from attachment to the physical plane, and realises with the totality of his consciousness that he is one with the whole of existence This is the ultimate aim of most major spiritual disciplines
realization of the truth of the way things are this is the end of rebirth
broad intellectual movement in eighteenth-century Europe, particularly Britain, France and Germany, characterized by a rejection of superstition and mystery and an optimism concerning the power of human reasoning and scientific endeavour (hence its alternative name: The Age of Reason)
The philosophical movement of the eighteenth century that questioned traditional doctrines and values through the use of reason and the scientific method
A term used since the nineteenth century to refer to the emphasis upon human reason and autonomy characteristic of much of western European and North American thought during the eighteenth century
a period of European intellectual history that covers roughly the 18th century and is characterized by great optimism in the triumph of reason over tradition and religious authority Reason and rationality became the "religion" of many, particularly in France, England, and Germany
(Hinduism and Buddhism) the beatitude that transcends the cycle of reincarnation; characterized by the extinction of desire and suffering and individual consciousness
A concept in religious mysticism, philosophy and psychology related to achieving clarity of perception, reason and knowledge
The total purification of obscurations and ignorance, and the total expansion of wisdom to all levels of being
The 18th century philosophical movement which stressed the importance of reason and criticized the existing customs and traditions
{i} state of being enlightened, state of intellectual or spiritual awareness
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1 the act or means of enlightening or the state of being enlightened 2 (Buddhism) the awakening to ultimate truth by which man is freed from the endless cycle of personal reincarnations to which all men are otherwise subject 3 (Hinduism) a state of transcendent divine experience regarded as a goal of all religion
Enlightenment means the act of enlightening or the state of being enlightened. Stella had a moment of enlightenment
European literary and philosophical movement which took place roughly between 1660 and 1770 Also called the Age of Reason Central ideas and values of the Enlightenment include a belief in the powers of reason to understand nature and guide the human existence; a belief in the essential equality and dignity of all people and in basic human rights to freedom and happiness; a challenge to ignorance, superstition, deception, tyranny, and oppressive traditions; a humane and rational approach to the organization of human life and society; an emphasis on moderation, proportion, and balance
(English) A philosophical movement of the 18th century, first developed in western Europe, and also known as the "Age of Reason " The Enlightenment brought empirical methods to science and held that social, intellectual and scientific progress could be achieved through reason
A broadly influential philosophical and intellectual movement that began in Europe during the eighteenth century The Enlightenment unleashed a tidal wave of new learning, especially in the sciences and mathematics, that helped pro­mote the notion that human beings, through the use of their reason, could solve society's problems The Enlightenment era, as such, has also been called the "Age of Reason " Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson were leading proponents of Enlightenment thinking in America
Conventional English-language term for the state attained by a BUDDHA
"Enlightenment" sometimes refers to the attainment of Buddhahood, as the "Enlightened One" means Buddha If one is enlightened, one has a complete and perfect understanding of the reality character of everything
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Eighteenth century rationalist philosophical movement that challenged previously accepted doctrines
In Buddhism, enlightenment is a final spiritual state in which everything is understood and there is no more suffering or desire. a sense of deep peace and spiritual enlightenment. the Enlightenment a period in the eighteenth century when many writers and scientists believed that science and knowledge, not religion, could improve people's lives. European intellectual movement of the 17th-18th century in which ideas concerning God, reason, nature, and man were blended into a worldview that inspired revolutionary developments in art, philosophy, and politics. Central to Enlightenment thought were the use and celebration of reason. For Enlightenment thinkers, received authority, whether in science or religion, was to be subject to the investigation of unfettered minds. In the sciences and mathematics, the logics of induction and deduction made possible the creation of a sweeping new cosmology. The search for a rational religion led to Deism; the more radical products of the application of reason to religion were skepticism, atheism, and materialism. The Enlightenment produced modern secularized theories of psychology and ethics by men such as John Locke and Thomas Hobbes, and it also gave rise to radical political theories. Locke, Jeremy Bentham, J.-J. Rousseau, Montesquieu, Voltaire, and Thomas Jefferson all contributed to an evolving critique of the authoritarian state and to sketching the outline of a higher form of social organization based on natural rights. One of the Enlightenment's enduring legacies is the belief that human history is a record of general progress
Act of enlightening, or the state of being enlightened or instructed
the act of gaining spiritual knowledge, especially about the pure white Light
During the eighteenth century, colonial leaders were fascinated by the Enlightenment This intellectual movement was secular in its approach to learning and stressed scientific inquiry and the systematic collection of information Following the lead of Sir Isaac Newton, one of its major goals was to unlock the physical laws of nature
18th century movement led by French intellectuals who advocated reason as the universal source of knowledge and truth
(also called the neoclassic movement): the philosophical and artistic movement growing out of the Renaissance and continuing until the nineteenth century The Enlightenment was an optimistic belief that humanity could improve itself by applying logic and reason to all things It rejected untested beliefs, superstition, and the "barbarism" of the earlier medieval period, and embraced the literary, architectural, and artistic forms of the Greco-Roman world Enlightenment thinkers were enchanted by the perfection of geometry and mathematics, and by all things harmonious and balanced The period's poetry, as typified by Alexander Pope, John Dryden, and others, attempted to create perfect, clockwork regularity in meter Typically, these Enlightenment writers would use satire to ridicule what they felt were illogical errors in government, social custom, and religious belief
Attainment of a higher awareness of the reality beyond the illusion (Maya)
education that results in understanding and the spread of knowledge a movement in the 18th century that advocated the use of reason in the reappraisal of accepted ideas and social institutions
a movement in the 18th century that advocated the use of reason in the reappraisal of accepted ideas and social institutions
education that results in understanding and the spread of knowledge
(all knowing, unqualified knowledge, living outside of illusions, living in bliss)
Usually the full enlightenment of Buddhahood An enlightenment is a liberation and a true cessation See Clear Light of Bliss, Joyful Path of Good Fortune, and Ocean of Nectar
This has been translated as understanding the ultimate reality and escaping the endless cycle of existence and rebirth It is the point where perfect wisdom and perfect compassion reach balance
Age of Enlightenment
A period of time ranging from part of the 17th century through much of the 18th century, characterized particularly by the importance of logic and reason
enlighten
to cause to see clearly
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{v} to give light, to instruct
Age of Enlightenment
the Age of Reason a period in European history, in the 18th century, when educated people thought that beliefs should depend on reason and scientific proof
Jewish Enlightenment
Haskalah, Jewish philosophical movement of the 18th and 19th centuries which promoted the teaching of secular knowledge within the Jewish community
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To enlighten someone means to give them more knowledge and greater understanding about something. A few dedicated doctors have fought for years to enlighten the profession If you know what is wrong with her, please enlighten me. + enlightening en·light·en·ing an enlightening talk on the work done at the animal park. to explain something to someone enlighten sb as to/on/about sth
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make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear; "Could you clarify these remarks?"; "Clear up the question of who is at fault"
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make understand; "Can you enlighten me--I don't understand this proposal"
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give spiritual insight to; in religion make understand; "Can you enlighten me--I don't understand this proposal
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To supply with light; to illuminate; as, the sun enlightens the earth
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To give the light of truth to, so that the one being enlightened may be free from ignorance, prejudice, and superstition
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enlighten
(to free someone of false ideas, illusions)
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{f} instruct, provide with intellectual or spiritual understanding
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1 to give information or understanding to; instruct; edify 2 to give spiritual or religious revelation to
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give spiritual insight to; in religion
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To make clear to the intellect or conscience; to shed the light of truth and knowledge upon; to furnish with increase of knowledge; to instruct; as, to enlighten the mind or understanding
the enlightenment
movement in the 17th and 18th centuries that emphasized man's ability to reason
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