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  1. Atomism and Eschatology: Catholicism and Natural Philosophy in the Interregnum.John Henry - 1982 - British Journal for the History of Science 15 (3):211-239.
    In spite of vigorous opposition by a number of historians it has now become a commonplace that the rapid development of the ‘new philosophy’ sprang from the ideology of Puritanism. What began its career as the ‘Merton thesis’ has now been refined, developed, and so often repeated that it seems to be almost unassailable. However, the two foremost historians in the entrenchment of this new orthodoxy are willing, in principle, to concede that ‘in reality things were very mixed up’, and (...)
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  • Thomas White, an Aristotelian Response to Scepticism.Marco Sgarbi - 2013 - Archiwum Historii Filozofii I Myśli Społecznej 58.
    The paper aims to examine straightforwardly Thomas White’s Sciri, sive Scepticeset scepticorum jure disputationis exclusio and to contextualise it in the broadest intellectual framework of the seventeenth-century Aristotelianism. From the examination of the Exclusio we can see the novelty and freshness of White’s Aristotelian positions in attacking all kinds of scepticism. These originalities are the subject of the present article, rather than the well-known controversy with Joseph Glanvill.
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