The dictionary of seventeenth and eighteenth-century Dutch philosophers

Bristol: Thoemmes Press (2003)
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Abstract

In this "Dictionary," more than four hundred biographical entries encompass all the Dutch thinkers who exercised a major influence on the intellectual life of the Golden Age, as well as those who developed their ideas and beliefs through interaction with other scholars. Additional entries describe foreign philosophers who lived in the country temporarily and whose work was influenced by their stay. These include John Locke, Rene Descartes and Pierre Bayle.

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Wiep Van Bunge
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Henri Krop
Erasmus University Rotterdam

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