Introduction: Ideas of Space and Their Relation to Experience in Early Modern Philosophy

@inproceedings{Berchielli2020IntroductionIO,
  title={Introduction: Ideas of Space and Their Relation to Experience in Early Modern Philosophy},
  author={Laura Berchielli},
  year={2020}
}

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 70 REFERENCES

On Reynolds's Use of de Piles, Locke, and Hume in His Essays on Rubens and Gainsborough

The 18th-century British artist and critic Sir Joshua Reynolds drew on the writings of the French art critic Roger de Piles and the English empiricists John Locke and David Hume in his essay on the

Imaginary Spaces and Cosmological Issues in Gassendi’s Philosophy

Pierre Gassendi (1592–1655) is often viewed mostly as an antiquarian because of his interest in reconstructing Epicurean philosophy. Admittedly, Gassendi was one of the main actors in the revival of

Questioning Fludd, Kepler and Galileo: Mersenne’s Harmonious Universe

This chapter examines Marin Mersenne’s main objections to Robert Fludd’s, Johannes Kepler’s and Galileo Galilei’s views of the cosmos in order to delineate his own idea of space, as well as several

Hume and Berkeley on the Proofs of Infinite Divisibility

idea, but instead a sign that can be successfully used to refer to indefinitely many particulars. Berkeley puts it just this way in Query #6 in the Analyst: Whether the diagrams in geometrical

Bayle, Berkeley and Hume

Si Bayle a influence d'un cote Berkeley et de l'autre Hume, Berkeley lui, n'a que peu ou point influence l'auteur du Treatise.
...