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History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps


History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps

HoP 408 - Constitutional Conventions - the Huguenots

Sun, 20 Nov 2022

Protestant French thinkers like François Hotman and Theodore Beza propose a radical political philosophy: the king rules at the pleasure of his subjects.


HoP 407 - Maria Rosa Antognazza on Early Modern Toleration

Sun, 06 Nov 2022

An interview on the nature of religious tolerance, and the forms it took during the Reformation and in the thought of early modern thinkers like Locke and Leibniz.


HoP 406 - Believe at Your Own Risk - Toleration in France

Sun, 23 Oct 2022

Even as wars of religion in France prompt calls for toleration, hardly anyone makes a principled case for freedom of conscience… apart from Sebastian Castellio.


HoP 405 - Divide and Conquer - the Spread of Ramism

Sun, 09 Oct 2022

The methods of Peter Ramus sweep across Europe, winning adherents and facing stiff opposition in equal measure.


HoP 404 - Robert Goulding on Peter Ramus

Sun, 25 Sep 2022

A chat with Ramus expert Robert Goulding on the role of mathematics in Ramist philosophy.


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