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Unenlightenment, Unlightenment
the modern "Age of Unreason"; contrast with Enlightenment
  • 2004, Eric Blair, The Age of Unenlightenment: Mapping the Evolution and Adaptation of Enlightened Thinking, and Its Wreckage, Unauthorized Books, →ISBN, pages 173 pp.:
  • 2007 August 19 (last accessed) “unenlightenment”, in Roget's New Millennium Thesaurus, First Edition (v 1.3.1)[1], Lexico Publishing Group:
  • earlier references in Hindu and Chinese philosophy, but not with the same connotation
  • 2006 May 14, "Mike", “"This World Towel Day Celebrate the Unlightenment"”, in Frog Style Biscuit[2] (blog), retrieved 2007-08-19:
    • NOTE: includes "Source: Reuters", whose (now-dead) link to 14 May 2006 article "Laura Bush Doesn't Believe Polls" does not include this word
  • 2007 August 11, Charlie Brooker, “Charlie Brooker's screen burn”, in The Guardian[3], retrieved 2007-08-19: