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  1. Pantheism for the unsuperstitious: philosophical rhetoric in the work of John Toland.Tom van Malssen - 2013 - International Journal of Philosophy and Theology 74 (4):274-290.
    Contrary to the prevailing scholarly view, this article claims that the example of the first modern author to extensively discuss the art of exoteric-esoteric writing provides decisive evidence that writing on more than one layer was not a device all modern authors had recourse to solely in order to avoid political, social, or religious persecution. By means of an analysis of the genealogy of the thought of this author, John Toland, the article shows that an ulterior reason for practicing the (...)
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