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Hungarian Philosophical Review 2017/2.
Philosophy and Science: Unity and Plurality in the Early Modern Age

Foreword (Tamás Pavlovits) Andreas Blank: Protestant Natural Philosophy and the Question of Emergence, 1540–1615 Robert R. A. Arnăutu: The Contents of a Cartesian Mind Olivér István Tóth: A Fresh Look at the Role of the Second Kind of Knowledge in … Continue reading

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