A trip to the salon
In the 17 and 18th centuries, a culture of salons flourished in Europe. Salons were social gatherings in which individuals engaged in the art of conversation in pursuit of knowledge and fellowship. Salons typically had a dedicated core membership but were always open to new participants and contributors.
Ideas and works in various subjects from science, philosophy, and politics to literature, art, and morality were vigorously debated in the salon.
These spaces for discourse created a culture of sociability in which the individual cultivated his or her rational, moral, and aesthetic faculties in a community committed to humanistic ideas and intellectual enlightenment.
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