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Home Archive Year 2013 Vol. 7 no. 2

LETTERS BY EARLY MODERN PHILOSOPHERS

Invited editor: Filip Buyse

Filip BuyseIntroduction 

Oana Matei - Macaria, the Hartlib Circle, and Husbanding Creation 

Filip Buyse - Boyle, Spinoza and the Hartlib Circle: The Correspondence which Never Took Place 

Thomas Sukopp - Robert Boyle, Baconian Science, and the Rise of Chemistry in the Seventeenth Century 

Ilaria Gaspari - The Curious Case of the Vermiculus. Some Remarks on Spinoza’s Letter 32 and Spinoza’s Views on Imagination and Reason 

Giuliana Di Biase - The Development of the Concept of Prudentia in Locke’s Classifications of Knowledge 

Joseph Zepeda - Descartes on Physical Vacuum: Rationalism in Natural-Philosophical Debate 

Isabelle Wienand, Olivier Ribordy - Public and Private Objections to the Cartesian Thesis of Mind-Body Union: The Divergent Replies in Descartes’ Letters 

Daniel Schneider - A Spiritual Automaton: Spinoza, Reason, and the Letters to Blyenbergh

Anton Matytsin - Fictional Letters or Real Accusations? Anonymous Correspondence in the Bayle-Jurieu Controversy

 

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