Dictionary of Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century Dutch Philosophers

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During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, The Netherlands experienced a Golden Age in the arts, in sea trade and in philosophy. This dictionary features entries on Dutch universities, city academies, publishing houses and journals. Including a bibliography, it contains maps, portraits and title-page facsimiles.

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Contents

Section 1
551
Section 2
552
Section 3
553
Section 4
584
Section 5
644
Section 6
651
Section 7
661
Section 8
703
Section 15
767
Section 16
803
Section 17
865
Section 18
976
Section 19
981
Section 20
1014
Section 21
1015
Section 22
1016

Section 9
714
Section 10
727
Section 11
728
Section 12
741
Section 13
742
Section 14
748
Section 23
1055
Section 24
1057
Section 25
1078
Section 26
1098
Section 27
1104
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About the author (2006)

Prof Wiep van Bunge is Dean of the Faculteit der Wijsbegeerte at Rotterdam. He was previously Head of the Philosophy Department and has published extensively on Spinoza and Dutch Philosophy.
Paul Schuurman is assistant professor at the Faculty of Philosophy of the Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands, and has published on René Descartes and John Locke. His latest book, co-edited with Sarah Hutton, is Studies on Locke: Sources, Contemporaries, and Legacy (Berlin: Kluwer/Springer, 2008).

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