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Cambridge Platonistslocked

(act. 1630s–1680s)
  • Mark Goldie


Cambridge Platonists (act. 1630s–1680s), were a circle of clergymen, mainly associated with Emmanuel and Christ's colleges in Cambridge, who, with the waning of Aristotelian influence in the English universities, called for a renewal of interest in the philosophy of Plato. The term ‘...

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