[Milton-L] areopagitica, again

John T. Shawcross jtshaw74 at earthlink.net
Wed Apr 25 15:13:01 EDT 2007

Dear Jeff,

I just don't know whatever other texts might advance similar ideas,  
whether before or after 1644. I've just not looked at anything with  
that thought in mind, although I wouldn't doubt that there are some.  
Certainly what you quote from Ross suggests a reading of  
"Areopagitica," and although they are quite different politically,  
the problem transcends politics and speaks to a kind of moral honesty  
(if not, educational honesty). I hope  you do pursue this; probably  
it is extensive enough for both venues of presentation. You do  
remember that Ross refers to Milton's divorce views in Pansebeia  
[Greek]: Or, a View of All Religions of the World (1653), pp. 400,  
413. The second edition in 1655 has allusions on pp. 376, 389, 395  
(?), 425.

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