Intellectual History Review (2012) 22:4 Now Available

The fourth issue of the Intellectual History Review (2012) is now available online and in print, and includes the following articles: Paula Olmos, ‘Sciences, Negotia and Domestic Conversations: Pedro Simón Abril’s Conception of Logic in its Renaissance Context’; Peter Anstey and Alberto Vanzo, ‘The Origins of Early Modern Experimental Philosophy’; Michael Edwards, ‘The Fate of Commentary in the Philosophy of the Schools, c. 1550-1640’; and an essay review by Wouter J. Hanegraaff, ‘Imagining the Unconscious’.

The Intellectual History Review is published by Taylor & Francis. For full details, including subscription information, sample issues, content alerts, and submission guidelines, please visit the journal webpage.

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