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Everything connects : in conference with Richard H. Popkin

Author: Richard H Popkin; James E Force; David S Katz
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 1998.
Series: Brill's studies in intellectual history, v. 91.
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This book centers on Popkin's crucial role in bringing together scholars from around the world in a long series of academic conferences and learned meetings which helped transform the field from one  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard H Popkin; James E Force; David S Katz
ISBN: 9004110984 9789004110984
OCLC Number: 181687103
Description: p. cm.
Contents: Preface, David S. Katz Introduction: Warts and All, Part 2, Richard H. Popkin 1. Strienhielm Pythagorizans and the Unveiling of Isis, Susanna Akerman 2. Unmasking the Truth: The Theme of Imposture in Early Modern European Culture, 1660-1730, Silvia Berti 3. Pere Richard Simon and English Biblical Criticism, 1680-1700, Justin A.I. Champion 4. The Slums of Cosmopolis: A Renaissance in the History of Philosophy?, Brian P. Copenhaver 5. John Locke and Francis Mercury van Helmont, Allison P. Coudert 6. "Childeren of the Resurrection" and "Childeren of the Dust": Confronting Morality and Immorality with Newton and Hume, James E. Force 7. The Battle for "True" Jewish Christianity: peter Allix's Polemics Against the Unitarians and Millenarians, Matt Goldish 8. More, Millenarianism, and the Ma'aseh Merkavah, Sarah Hutton 9. Lying Wonders and juggling Tricks: Religion, Nature, and Imposture in Early Modern England, Rob Iliffe 10. An Alternative Path to Modernity: The Sephardi Jews of Amsterdam in Early Modern Times, Yosef Kaplan 11. La Querelle du Paganisme, Jacqueline Lagree 12. Bayle's Academic Scepticism, Jose R. Maia Neto 13. Popkin, Scepticism, and the History of Modern Philosophy, G.A.J. Rogers 14. Religion, Philosophy, and Science: john Locke and Limborch's Circle in Amsterdam, Luisa Simonutti 15. Spinoza on Theocracy and Democracy, Theo Verbeek 16. Unnatural Empire: George Buchanan, Anti-Imperialism, and the 16th-Century Syphilis Pandemic, Arthur H. Williamson 17. "This Due Degree of Blindness": Boyle, Hume, and the Limits of Reason, Jan Wojcik
Series Title: Brill's studies in intellectual history, v. 91.
Responsibility: edited by James E. Force and David S. Katz.

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