Bibliographic update October 2017: All

Intellectual History Review

Spinoza’s genealogical critique of his contemporaries’ axiology
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The philosopher, the ordinary believer, and their piety: Spinoza’s philosophical religion
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The body speaks Italian: Giuseppe Liceti and the conflict of philosophy and medicine in the Renaissance
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“The minde is matter moved”: Nehemiah Grew on Margaret Cavendish
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George Woodcock and the Doukhobors: peasant radicalism, anarchism, and the Canadian state
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Constantin Frantz and the intellectual history of Bonapartism and Caesarism: a reassessment
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When one heart can speak to another: the role of tenderness in Rousseau’s theory of passions
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Naked wax and necessary existence: modal voluntarism and Descartes’s motives
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Paracelsus and Roman censorship – Johannes Faber’s 1616 report in context
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International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing

Challenges for Annotation Concepts in Music
Aristotelis Hadjakos, vol. 11 (2): 255-275
Practical Linguistic Annotation: The Hebrew Bible
Dirk Roorda, vol. 11 (2): 276-288
The Hermeneutic Profit of Annotation: On Preventing and Fostering Disagreement in Literary Analysis
Evelyn Gius, vol. 11 (2): 233-254
Explanatory Annotation of Literary Texts and the Reader: Seven Types of Problems
Matthias Bauer, vol. 11 (2): 212-232
Interpretation, Agency, Entropy: Annotating Pope's Dunciads
Valerie Rumbold, vol. 11 (2): 174-198
Annotation Between Formation And Information
Jürgen Leonhardt, vol. 11 (2): 199-211
The Value of Plurality in ‘The Network with a Thousand Entrances’
Ray Siemens, vol. 11 (2): 153-173
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Editors' Note
vol. 11 (2): v-vi
Explanatory Annotation in the Context of the Digital Humanities: Introduction
Angelika Zirker, vol. 11 (2): 145-152
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