Cambridge Platonist

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  • Cambridge Platonists — The Cambridge Platonists were a group of philosophers at Cambridge University in the middle of the 17th century (between 1633 and 1688). Programme The Cambridge Platonists were reacting to two pressures. On the one hand, the dogmatism of the… …   Wikipedia

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  • WHICHCOTE, BENJAMIN —    Cambridge Platonist, born in Shropshire; was a Fellow and Tutor of Emmanuel College; was distinguished for his personal influence over his pupils, many of them eminent men; he gave a philosophical turn to their theological opinions (1609 1683) …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

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