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... 1954; repr. Utrecht, 1989). Verbeek Theo , Descartes and the Dutch ( Carbondale , 1992). Verbeek Theo , ‘Le contexte historique des Notae in programma quoddam' , in Theo Verbeek (ed.), Autour des Remarques sur l’Esprit Humain: Descartes et Regius ( Amsterdam , 1993)....
... 1954). Sassen F.L.R. , Henricus Renerius: de eerste ‘cartesiaansche’ Hoogleeraar aan de Utrechtsche Hoogeschool ( Amsterdam , 1941). Sassen F.L.R. , De Reis van Mersenne in de Nederlanden ( Brussel , 1964), pp. 33–4. Verbeek Theo , Descartes...
...Ban, François du Elisabeth of Bohemia François (or Franciscus) du Ban was born supposedly in 1592 in Autun (France). He was educated in Pont-à-Mousson and Paris, after which he taught humanities, rhetoric, theology and philosophy at various...
...Huygens, Constantijn Descartes, René Huygens, Christiaan Constantijn Huygens was born on 4 September 1596, the son of a former secretary of William of Orange (1533–84). After a private education that was characterized by its broadness, he...
...Golius, Jacobus Jacob Gool (who Latinized his name to ‘Golius’ once he became a professor) was born in The Hague in 1596, where his father Dirk Pieterszoon Gool had several high legal and political offices. In 1612 he matriculated...
...Bootius, Gerard and Arnold Born in the town of Gorinchem, in 1604 and 1606 respectively, the brothers Gerard and Arnold Boot (also known as De Boot, Boots, Bootius – or ‘Boate’, in an English spelling that corresponds to the Dutch...