By Lambert van Velthuysen, 1622-1685 (author) ; Malcolm de Mowbray (Editor and translator), Catherine Secretan (introduction)
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49 In a second debate published in 1655, he returned to the ques- 45 Samuel I. Mintz, The Hunting of Leviathan (Cambridge, 1970), pp. 10–13; Thomas Hobbes, De la liberté et de la nécessité. Suivi de Réponse à la capture de Léviathan, Tome 11/1 des œuvres complètes (Controverse avec Bramhall, 1). Introduction, traduction, notes, glossaires et index par Franck Lessay (Paris, 1993), Introduction, pp. 11–14, 56–118. ), Hobbes and Bramhall on Liberty and Necessity (Cambridge, 1999). 46 Sir Robert Filmer, Observations concerning the original of government, upon Mr Hobs Leviathan: Mr Milton against Salmasius: Hugo Grotius De Jure Belli (London, 1652).
58–62. 32 ‘Macte isto animo, et perge hac via contemptis fortiter imperitorum obtrectationibus grassari ad gloriam, beneque de publico mereri’, Courcelles to Van Velthuysen, 27th May 1650, in Vermeulen, ‘ “Convenimus in praecipuis” ’, pp. 164–165. 33 Chr. Berkvens-Stevelinck, H. G. S. Lankhorst (eds), Le Magasin de l’ univers. The Dutch Republic as the centre of the European book trade (Leiden, 1992). 34 Thomas Hobbes, Elementa philosophica de cive, 2nd edn (Amsterdam, 1647). 35 Two further editions of this work also came out in 1649.
25 See Dibon, Regards sur la Hollande, pp. 692–700; Rienk Vermij, The Calvinist Copernicans. The reception of the new astronomy in the Dutch Republic, 1575–1750 (Amsterdam, 2002), pp. 251–255, 272–294. 26 [Lambert van Velthuysen], Bewys, Dat het gevoelen van die geenen, die leeren der Sonne Stilstandt, En des Aertrycks Beweging niet strydich is met Godts Woort (1655). 24 introduction 11 sacred texts. While the Bible’s authority is absolute, it is the meaning and not the letter that is authoritative.