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Religious and political historians of 17th/18th century Britain and Ireland are well aware of the long-running conflict between the ‘ ..read more
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It is pretty widely accepted, among those scholars who have considered the matter, that Berkeley endorses a univocal account of theological ..read more
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In a recent paper, Juan Garcia has argued that Leibniz is, in an important sense, “a friend of Molinism.”1 For those who are familiar ..read more
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At the beginning of the final (and by far the longest) chapter of his 1733 Divine Analogy, Peter Browne reports that “JUST as this ..read more
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Thus, a body is such an entity that, if one posits a longitude on it, another longitude will be found intersecting it at a right angle, and ..read more
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This is Part 3 in an exploration of Leibniz’s complaint about “Locke and his followers” in his letter to Caroline (part of the “ ..read more
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Yesterday I wrote about Henry Dodwell and Anthony Collins as potential candidates for Locke’s “followers.” These posts are an ..read more
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When Leibniz writes to Caroline to express his concern over the dangerous thinking in England he specifically names “Locke and his ..read more
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NB: I found this in my drafts folder for this site from October, 2014(!). I reiterate now my desire to see more discussion of Watts. I didn ..read more
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