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The Preliminary Discourse to the Encyclopedia of Diderot (Discours Préliminaire des Éditeurs) is the primer to Denis Diderot's Encyclopédie ou Dictionnaire raisonné des sciences, des arts et des métiers, par une Société de Gens de lettres, a collaborative collection of all the known branches of the arts and sciences of the 18th century French Enlightenment. The Preliminary Discourse was written by Jean Le Rond d'Alembert to describe the structure of the articles included in the Encyclopédie and their philosophy, as well as to give the reader a strong background in the history behind the works of the learned men who contributed to what became the most profound circulation of the knowledge of the time.

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    QLD Evidence - Going to Court Without Preliminary Discovery?

    I have evidence from the company's Webinar to show that my confidential information (exposed during commercialisation talk) was used in a company's product. I believe it is enough evidence. If I want to start court proceedings, can my lawyer refuse to do so?
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    QLD Evidence and Primarily Discovery - Go to Court Directly?

    I have evidence from the company 's webinar to show my confidential information is used in their product. I don't think preliminary discovery can provide any more information on the matter. Can I go to court directly?