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(2019-01-28) - Journal articleArticle's language is Belarusian. Translated from the English by Volha Kałacka.
(2016-12) - Journal articleBolingbroke has been overlooked by intellectual historians in the last few decades, at least in comparison with ‘canonical’ thinkers. This article examines one of the most important but disputable aspects of his political ...
(2017) - Journal articleIntellectual history, and especially the branch sometimes identified as the Cambridge school, continues to be criticized for not being sufficiently global in outlook. This article does not defend intellectual history. ...
(2018) - Journal articleThe correspondence exchanged between Captain John Blake, John Bradby Blake, and their associates, offers a valuable insight into the sociable world of Enlightenment botany. By considering these sources alongside the records ...