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Intellectual History Review

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Journal Abbreviation Intel. Hist. Rev.


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Article Beth Lord (2020)
Spinoza and Architectural Thinking. Intellectual History Review (pp. 489-504). (/isis/citation/CBB189716192/) unapi

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The Greatest Deception: Fiction, Falsity and Manifestation in Spinoza’s Metaphysical Thoughts. Intellectual History Review (pp. 363-385). (/isis/citation/CBB699522436/) unapi

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Spinoza's Counter-Aesthetics. Intellectual History Review (pp. 411-427). (/isis/citation/CBB188022223/) unapi

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We Don’t Know That We Don’t Know What a Body Can Do … , or Spinoza and Some Social Lives of Sonic Material. Intellectual History Review (pp. 465-488). (/isis/citation/CBB839291654/) unapi

Article Jonathan Israel (2020)
Spinoza, Radical Enlightenment, and the General Reform of the Arts in the Later Dutch Golden Age: The Aims of Nil Volentibus Arduum. Intellectual History Review (pp. 387-409). (/isis/citation/CBB734463398/) unapi

Article Mads Langballe Jensen (2020)
Libertas Philosophandi and Natural Law in Early Eighteenth-Century Denmark-Norway. Intellectual History Review (pp. 209-231). (/isis/citation/CBB029014718/) unapi

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Edward Kelley’s Danish Treasure Hoax and Elizabethan Antiquarianism. Intellectual History Review (pp. 167-186). (/isis/citation/CBB807391216/) unapi

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Review of unknown publication. Intellectual History Review. (/isis/citation/CBB796218556/) unapi

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Review of unknown publication. Intellectual History Review. (/isis/citation/CBB155791742/) unapi

Article Fons Dewulf (2020)
The Place of Historiography in the Network of Logical Empiricism. Intellectual History Review (pp. 321-345). (/isis/citation/CBB496147987/) unapi

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Natural Theology and Ancient Theology in the Jesuit China Mission. Intellectual History Review (pp. 187-208). (/isis/citation/CBB795207474/) unapi

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Defining and Redefining Atheism: Dictionary and Encyclopedia Entries for “Atheism” and Their Critics in the Anglophone World from the Early Modern Period to the Present. Intellectual History Review (pp. 253-271). (/isis/citation/CBB240267109/) unapi

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Review of unknown publication. Intellectual History Review. (/isis/citation/CBB625931183/) unapi

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Review of unknown publication. Intellectual History Review. (/isis/citation/CBB821764560/) unapi

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From the Logic of Ideas to Active-Matter Materialism: Priestley’s Lockean Problem and Early Neurophilosophy. Intellectual History Review (pp. 31-47). (/isis/citation/CBB030705647/) unapi

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Priestley in Germany. Intellectual History Review (pp. 145-166). (/isis/citation/CBB683415681/) unapi

Article Alan Tapper (2020)
Joseph Priestley and the Argument from Design. Intellectual History Review (pp. 65-85). (/isis/citation/CBB660961830/) unapi

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