jeudi 31 juillet 1997,
The philosophy of the Cambridge Platonists in the mid-seventeenth century constituted a unique return to many themes of classical Christian Platonism in epistemology and metaphysics. It did so at a time marked by great changes in the natural sciences and in philosophy under the impact of such figures as Galileo and Descartes and great religious and political turmoil in England associated with the Civil War. As well as examining central aspects of their thought and their political and religious implications, this book explores themes arising from that context and the relationship of key figures in the group with their contemporaries and successors. It consists of a series of original papers written by leading scholars of the period from England, France and Australia. A particular feature is the links made with contemporary political debate, an aspect of their thought hardly touched on in any other publications on the school. See all Editorial Reviews
`This collection will be of interest to historians and researches in theology as wel as philosophers.’ `The scholarship represented by all of the essays in this collection is of uniformly high quality. The volume is a most worthy addition to Kluwer’s excellent International Archives of the History of Ideas. The Review of Metaphysics. (March, 2000)
* Hardcover : 272 pages * Publisher : Springer ; 1 edition (July 31, 1997) * Language : English * ISBN-10 : 0792345304 * ISBN-13 : 978-0792345305
Professeur émérite. Histoire de la philosophie, philosophie moderne, philosophie anglaise, philosophie analytique.
Courrier électronique : Jean-Michel Vienne
Livres I, II, III, IV
Les fondements de la morale selon Locke