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Vanderjagt, Arie Johan (ed.)
Brill's Studies in Intellectual History. Gen. Ed.: A[rie Johan] Vanderjagt.
      Leiden, New York, N.Y., Köln: Brill     -    . Vol.   -  . 8°

Volumes:

Vol. 12In Samuel's Image : Child Oblation in the Early Medieval West. By Mayke de Jong
Vol. 24Symbols as Power : The Papacy following the Investiture Contest. By Mary Stroll
Vol. 37Scepticism and Irreligion in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. Ed. by Richard H(enry) Popkin and Arjo [d.i. Arie Johan] Vanderjagt
Vol. 54The Renaissance in Scotland : Studies in Literature, Religion, History and Culture Offered to John Durkan. Edited by A(lasdair) A. MacDonald, Michael Lynch and Ian B. Cowan
Vol. 58Images of the Educational Traveller in Early Modern England. By Sara Warneke
Vol. 94Northern Humanism in European Context, 1469-1625 : From the 'Adwert Academy' to Ubbo Emmius. Ed. by F(okke) Akkerman, A(rie) J(ohan) Vanderjagt and A. H. van der Laan
Vol. 113Early French and German defenses of freedom of the press : Elie Luzac's Essay on Freedom of Expression <1749> and Carl Friedrich Bahrdt's On Freedom of the Press, and its Limits <1787> in English translation. Ed. by John Christian Laursen and Johan van der Zande
Vol 118Princes and Princely Culture 1450-1650. Ed. by Martin Gosman, Alasdair MacDonald, Arjo Vanderjagt
Vol 118,1[Ohne Bandtitel]
Vol 118,2[Ohne Bandtitel]
volume 278The riddle of Jael : the history of a poxied heroine in Medieval and Renaissance art and culture. by Peter Scott Brown
Volume 304Sacrifice and Self-Interest in Seventeenth-Century France : Quietism, Jansenism, and Cartesianism. Thomas M. Lennon
325Debating the stars in the Italian Renaissance : Giovanni Pico della Mirandola's "Disputationes adversus astrologiam divinatricem" and its reception. by Ovanes Akopyan
337Contesting modernity in the German secularization debate : Karl Loewith, Hans Blumenberg and Carl Schmitt in polemical contexts. Sjoerd Griffioen