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This is the first comprehensive study of the early modern logic of ideas, whose main representative were Descartes and Locke. It is also a profound contribution to our understanding between Aristotelianism and the new philosophy, between rationalism and empiricism, and between French, English ...
Edited by Koen Goudriaan, Jaap van Moolenbroek and Ad Tervoort
The contributions contained in this volume address a variety of topics related to the history of education and learning in the Netherlands during the crucial period of transition between the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period. With contributions by Hildo van Engen, Antheun Janse, Mario ...
Edited by Martin Mulsow and Richard H. Popkin
This volume deals with conversions to Judaism from the 16th to the 18th century. It provides six case studies by leading international scholars on phenomena as crypto-Judaism, "judaizing", reversion of Jewish-Christian converts and secret conversions of non-Jewish Christians for intellectual ...
Sophie van Romburgh
This annotated edition of the correspondence of Francis Junius (1591–1677) offers insight into the life and studies of the father of modern art theory and comparative Germanic philology in the context of his Dutch and English circles.
Edited by Wiep van Bunge
This book contains twelve major essays written by prominent historians from the Netherlands, Belgium and the United States on the early Enlightenment in the Dutch Republic, and more in particular on the main schools of thought that made up its philosophical profile.
Edited by Martin Gosman, Alasdair MacDonald and Arjo Vanderjagt
The essays in this volume discuss princely courts north of the Alps and Pyrenees between 1450-1650 as focal points for products of medieval and renaissance culture such as literature, music, political ideology, social and governmental structures, the fine arts and devotional practice.
Edited by Sandra Pott, Martin Mulsow and Lutz Danneberg
The intellectual Huguenot Refuge is one of the most important movements in Early modern Europe. This volume provides new information about one of its centres: about Berlin, and on the extremely important role Huguenot scholars played disseminating Enlightened thought.
Edited by Robert J. Bast
This book is the first major collection of articles by Berndt Hamm in English translation. The articles employ previously neglected sermons, devotional and pastoral treatises to reassess the question of continuity and change between late-medieval and Reformation theology and piety.
Infinity contemplatio explores the development of late medieval Franciscan (Scotist) thought and its contribution to the shaping of Huldrych Zwingli's reformational theology. Evidence of continuity is based on an extensive edition of Zwingli’s annotations to Scotus and contemporary Scotism.
J. Andreas Löwe
From his position as first Regius Professor of Divinity at Oxford to his key role in the foundation of the University of Douai, Richard Smyth’s life and works receive their first detailed study in this book. His defence of catholic orthodoxy against numerous prominent English reformers is ...
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