Bibliographic update January 2018: All

Intellectual History Review

Hermann Samuel Reimarus, the Jewish priests of the Old Testament and the trope of imposture
vol. 28 (1): 185-199
Putting a positive spin on priestcraft. Accommodation and deception in late-Enlightenment German theology
vol. 28 (1): 201-224
Enchanting automata: Wilkins and the wonder of workmanship
vol. 27 (4): 453-471
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George Berkeley and Jonathan Edwards on idealism: considering an old question in light of new evidence
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Duncan F. Gregory and Robert Leslie Ellis: second-generation reformers of British mathematics
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The “historical question” at the end of the Scottish Enlightenment: Dugald Stewart on the natural origin of religion, universal consent, and religious diversity
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The disillusionment of Robert Dell: the intellectual journey of a Catholic socialist
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L’Amour morbide: how a transient mental illness became defunct
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The French Enlightenment attempts to create a philosophy without reason: the case of Diderot and the effect of Helvétius
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William Falconer’s Remarks on the Influence of Climate (1781) and the study of religion in Enlightenment England
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A “Calvinist” theory of matter? Burgersdijk and Descartes on res extensa
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Labour, utopia and modern design theory: the positivist sociology of Frederic Harrison
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Paul Cohen-Portheim: questions of nationalism, messianism and nostalgia in a prison camp in England, 1914–1918
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Paul Cohen-Portheim: questions of nationalism, messianism and nostalgia in a prison camp in England, 1914–1918
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William Falconer’s Remarks on the Influence of Climate (1781) and the study of religion in Enlightenment England
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A “Calvinist” theory of matter? Burgersdijk and Descartes on res extensa
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Labour, utopia and modern design theory: the positivist sociology of Frederic Harrison
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The disillusionment of Robert Dell: the intellectual journey of a Catholic socialist
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L’Amour morbide: how a transient mental illness became defunct
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