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... Scripturae’ di Lodewijk Meyer e sulla sua recezione ( Milan , 1997). Bunge W. van , ‘Van Velthuysen, Batelier and Bredenburg on Spinoza’s Interpretation of the Scriptures' in P. Cristofolini (ed.), The Spinozistic Heresy. The Debate...
...Zuylen, Belle van Belle van Zuylen was born as Isabella Agneta Elisabeth van Tuyll van Serooskerken in 1740 at Castle Zuylen near Utrecht. She was the oldest of seven children. Her family boasted an ancient noble pedigree and to this day...
... Philippus van Limborch ( The Hague , 1963). Berg J. van den , ‘Creatieve vriendschap. John Locke en Philippus van Limborch' , H.J. Heering et al., Voorbeeldige vriendschap ( Groningen , 1993), pp. 57–65 . Bunge W. van , Johannes Bredenburg...
... ( Amsterdam , 1963). Bunge W. van , ‘Johannes Bredenburg and the Korte Verhandeling ' , Studia Spinozana, vol. 4 (1988), pp. 321–8. Bunge W. van , ‘On the Early Dutch Reception of the Tractatus theologico-politicus ' , Studia Spinozana,...
... Spinoza B. de , Tractatus theologico-politicus, trans. S. Shirley ( Leiden , 1989). Spinoza B. de , The Letters, trans. S. Shirley ( Indianapolis , 1995). Further Reading Bunge W. van , ‘On the Early Dutch Reception of the Tracatus...
... Democryt, Lacchende met s’Werelds Ydelheden (n.p. [ Rotterdam ], 1654). Spinoza , The Letters, trans. S. Shirley ( Indianapolis , 1995). Further Reading Bunge W. van , ‘A Tragic Idealist: Jacob Ostens (1630–1678)' , Studia Spinozana 4 (1988), pp....
... 1704). Other Relevant Works Acta eruditorum, vol. 3 (1688), pp. 623–4. Bayle P. , Dictionaire critique et historique ( Rotterdam , 1697), art. ‘Rorarius’. Boekzaal van Europe, 1701, p. 54; 1702, p. 648. Spinoza B. de , Collected Works, vol....
... Debate in the Dutch Republic' Parliaments, Estates & Representation vol. 10(1990), pp. 45–58. Bunge W. van , ‘Eric Walten (1663–1697). An Early Enlightenment Radical in the Dutch Republic' in W. van Bunge and W. Klever (eds), Disguised and Overt...
... in the service of Louis XIII. The Kuffeler family, some branches of which would later style themselves ‘Van der Meer van Kuffeler’ or ‘De Blocq van Kuffeler’ was probably of Austrian descent. In 1655 Abraham enrolled at the Harderwijk, University...
... a bookshop at the tender age of seventeen. This turned out to be the starting point of a long and successful career in the book trade. In 1647 he married the wealthy widow Anna Ansems van der Kaan, who in 1648 gave birth to the future professor...