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Did Descartes Read Wittgenstein? A Dialogical Approach to Reading

Language, Mind, and Logic in Early Modern Philosophy: An Introduction

Socializing Minds: Intersubjectivity in Early Modern Philosophy

Locke on Ideas as Signs

Criticism and Silencing in Academia: The ambivalence of feedback

The adversarial culture in philosophy does not serve the truth

Locke’s Life-World: The Teleological Role of Secondary Qualities

Relativism in Early Modern Philosophy

Spinoza on the Interaction of Ideas: Biased Beliefs

The Conventionality of Lockean Complex Ideas

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Mental Minds Podcast

De Boekenkast van Martin Lenz

Paul Cliteur, academische vrijheid en cancel culture

Are Philosophical Classics Too Difficult for Students? (guest post by Martin Lenz)

How does history of ideas figure in tackling the corona crisis? - Philosophy and Corona in 90 seconds, part 3

Handling Ideas

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