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Title: Filosofare liberamente a Leida: Adriaan Heereboord, Johannes de Raey, Henricus Bornius
Authors: Del Prete, Antonella 
Journal: DIANOIA 
Issue Date: 2020
In the mid-seventeenth century in Leiden, themes developed in different though
often close intellectual environments converged around the claim of the libertas
philosophandi. Among them, we can find the search for the autonomy of philosophy
from theology; the refusal the faithfulness to Aristotelian dictates; the development
of a confessional identity affecting philosophy; the commitment to Cartesian
thought, caused by purely intellectual reasons or by choices involving academic
politics. Such is the background, enhanced by elements concerning mostly the reflection
upon the relationship between religious and civil authorities, on which
Spinoza’s Tractatus Theologico-politicus will stand out shortly thereafter
ISSN: 1826-7173
Appears in Collections:A1. Articolo in rivista

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