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Review quote 'To anyone conditioned by their philosophical education to see 17th century philosophy as narrowly preoccupied with puzzles in the 'theory of knowledge' the richness and diversity of these volumes will be a welcome surprise. The book as a whole is an unrivalled scholarly resource for those wishing to enhance their understanding of the many complex facets of early modern philosophy and its origins.
I applaud the editors of this volume and Cambridge University Press for conceiving of and publishing this hard-core book.