The Cambridge History of Renaissance Philosophy.

@article{Schmitt1992TheCH,
  title={The Cambridge History of Renaissance Philosophy.},
  author={Charles B . Schmitt and Q. Skinner and Eckhard Kessler},
  journal={The Philosophical Review},
  year={1992},
  volume={101},
  pages={382}
}
Preface Introduction Part I. The Intellectual Context: The Conditions of Enquiry: 1. Manuscripts John F. D'Amico 2. Printing and censorship Paul F. Grendler 3. The Renaissance concept of philosophy Cesare Vasoli 4. Translation, terminology and style in philosophical discourse Brain P. Copenhaver 5. Humanism Paul Oskar Kristeller Part II. Philosophy and its Parts: Logic and Language: 6. Traditional logic E. J. Ashworth 7. Humanistic logic Lisa Jardine Part III. Natural Philosophy: 8. Traditional… 

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