By Lambert van Velthuysen, 1622-1685 (author) ; Malcolm de Mowbray (Editor and translator), Catherine Secretan (introduction)
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Who might this correspondent be? Was he fictitious or real? This technique of holding a phico-theologicae de lege in communi pars altera, Praes. Andreas Essenius (Utrecht, 1653). These were later published together as idem, Vindiciae pro lege & imperio: sive Dissertationes duae … contra tractatum Hobbii De cive (Utrecht, 1661). O. W. G. Haitsma Mulier (eds), Bibliography of Dutch seventeenth century political thought: an annotated inventory, 1581–1710 (Amsterdam, 1986), nos 191, 201, 270, 296. 51 Gisbertus Cocquius, Hobbes ἐλεγχοµενος, sive Vindiciae pro lege, imperio, & religione, contra tractatus Thomae Hobbesii, quibus tit.
74 See Peter Burke, The Fortunes of the Courtier. The European Perception of Castiglione’s Cortegiano (Cambridge, 1995), pp. 61–68, 145–150. 75 Den eerlyken jongeling, of de edele kunst, van zich by groote en kleyne te doen eeren en beminnen. In Hollants, deur S. van Hoogstraten (Dordrecht, 1657). 76 See Herman Roodenburg, The Eloquence of the Body. Perspectives on gesture in the Dutch Republic (Zwolle, 2004), pp. 22–28, 77–88. 30 introduction freedom to avail oneself of anything prior to a contract.
Three Studies (Amsterdam, 2000), p. 87. 42 Ingrid Weekhout, Boekencensuur in de Noordelijke Nederlanden (The Hague, 1998), pp. 104–105. 43 René Descartes, Meditationes de prima philosophia, in qua Dei existentia et animae immortalitas demonstratur, 1st edn (Paris, 1641). 44 Thomas Hobbes, Of libertie and necessity. A treatise, wherein all controversie concerning predestination, election, free-will, grace, merits, reprobation, &c. is fully decided and cleared, in answer to a treatise written by the Bishop of London-Derry, on the same subject.