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... Baillet A. , La Vie de M. Des Cartes, 2 vols ( Paris , 1691; repr. Geneva, 1970). Locke John , ‘Journal’, 1678, MS Locke f. 3, Bodleian Library. Descartes René , Les Principes de la philosophie ( Paris , 1674). Further Reading Schuurman P. ,...
...Horthemels, Johannes Johannes Horthemels was baptized on 6 July 1698 in Middelburg, the capital of the province of Zeeland. He was born into a family that included some major booksellers, one of whom owned a branch in Paris...
...Walaeus, Antonius Antonius Walaeus was born on 3 October 1573 in Ghent. In 1583, during the Spanish siege of this town, his father chose the road of exile to the Dutch Republic, where he settled down on the island of Walcheren. He...
...Luyts, Johannes Luyts was born in Hoorn, on 19 September 1655, and studied in Leiden with A. Hulsius Hulsius, Paulus , W. Senguerd Senguerd, Wolferd , and G. de Vries Vries, Gerard de . In 1677 he was made an unsalaried professor...
...Odé, Jacobus Röell, Herman Alexander Jacobus Odé was born on 11 December 1698 in Zutphen, in the province of Gelderland. He studied theology at Harderwijk University and became professor extraordinarius in philosophy at Utrecht University...
...Wassenaer, Nicolaes Janszoon Nicolaas was the son of an Amsterdam clergyman. He must have been a promising pupil, for he was given the privilege of studying in Geneva as alumnus of the States-General. After an interlude in Haarlem, where he...
...Castillioneus, Johannes Giovanni Francesco Salvemini was born in 1709 in the small Italian town of Castiglione (near Brescia), which gave him the name by which he is best known. He studied law and liberal arts in Pisa and then moved...
... Münster , 1995), pp. 221–42. Schuurman P. , ‘Willem Jacob’s Gravesande’s Philosophical Defence of Newtonianism' in id., Ideas, Mental Faculties and Method. The Logic of Ideas of Descartes and its Reception in the Dutch Republic, 1615–1750 ( Leiden , forthcoming)....