Evulgation

Ev`ul`ga´tion


n.1.A divulging.
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According to Gregory Maertz, "Taylor blames the post-1789 'general dissolution of morals' in France on the acceptance of Kant's cloudy phraseology which may intercept from below the war-hoop of impiety, and from above the evulgation of infidelity.'" (19) Maertz finds that "the vehemence of Taylor's animus against Kant" is typical of the British critics of the late 1790's, "whose taste as well as political, religious, and other cultural allegiances were formed [...] to espouse a nationalistic and conservative ideology" (212).