From Bayle to the Batavian Revolution: Essays on Philosophy in the Eighteenth-Century Dutch Republic

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BRILL, 1 nov. 2018 - 388 pagina's
Thirteen chapters on individual authors such as Spinoza, Bayle, Van Effen and Hemsterhuis, and on schools of thought such as Dutch Cartesianism, Newtonianism and Wolffianism. It also addresses the early Dutch reception of Kant.
 

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Inhoudsopgave

the Exception of the Dutch Enlightenment
1
Chapter 1 Bayles Scepticism Revisited
21
the Politics of Appropriation
42
Chapter 3 Bayles Presence in the Dutch Republic
59
Chapter 4 Justus van Effen on Reason and Virtue
77
Chapter 5 Dutch Cartesianism and the Advent of Newtonianism
94
Chapter 6 The Waning of the Radical Enlightenment and the Rise of Dutch Newtonianism
121
Chapter 7 The Return of Rationalism
145
Chapter 9 The Batavian Revolution
192
Chapter 10 Tolerating Turks? Perceptions of Islam in the Dutch Republic
225
Chapter 11 The Rise and Fall of Dutch Cosmopolitanism
242
Chapter 12 EighteenthCentury Censorship of Philosophy
260
16771802
273
Bibliography
291
Index
370
Copyright

the Philosopher as Escape Artist
172

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