Wim Klever’s “Locke’s Disguised Spinozism”

Wim Klever is a great scholar of Spinoza. His work over the years has traced significant influences upon Spinoza (say, by Francis van den Enden) and surprising influences of Spinoza on others. I am providing a pdf copy of a paper he recently sent me (“Locke’s Disguised Spinozism”) about Spinoza’s influence on Locke. It is a lengthy paper, and I haven’t had time to read it yet, but it surely merits the attention of scholars of early modern philosophy.

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1 Response to Wim Klever’s “Locke’s Disguised Spinozism”

  1. Rob says:

    I think you’re blog prevents one from providing web links, so I’ll just mention that yesterday the Philoctetes Center (which has a web site and YouTube page) had its latest roundtable on Spinoza (including, among others, Steven Nadler). It usually takes about a week for the Center to make the videos of the roundtables available. (From the Philoctetes home page, select ‘Past Programs’.)

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