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    John Toland: The Politics of Pantheism.Justin A. I. Champion - 1995 - Revue de Synthèse 116 (2-3):259-280.
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    «I Remember A Mahometan Story Of Ahmed Ben Edris»: Usos Librepensadores Del Islam Desde Stubbe A Toland.Justin Champion - 2010 - Al-Qantara 31 (2):443-480.
    Este artículo explora el contexto intelectual y las fuentes eruditas de un manuscrito clandestino, que ha pasado inadvertido hasta la fecha, que en 1701 pertenecía a Charles Hornby y que incluía una versión de la obra polémica de Henry Stubbe Account of the rise and progress of Mahometanism, además de una traducción de los siete primeros capítulos de la obra en castellano de Muḥammmad Alguazir Apología contra la ley Cristiana. El artículo propone examinar cómo las polémicas islámicas anticristianas fueron encontradas, (...)
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    ‘Socinianism Truly Stated’: John Toland, Jean Leclerc and the Eighteenth-Century Reception of Grotius’s De Veritate. [REVIEW]Justin Champion - 2012 - Grotiana 33 (1):119-143.
    This paper investigates the later seventeenth reception of Grotius De Veritate , contextualising the presentation of editions with the various theological attempts to identify and defend a ‘reasonable’ religion. In particular it focuses on the intellectual relationships between the projects for a ‘non-mysterious’ Christianity advanced by John Toland, and the more sincere ambitions of the most learned editor of Grotius in the eighteenth century, Jean Leclerc. The major themes context the theological arguments and reception to changing conceptions of the power (...)
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    «I Remember a Mahometan Story of Ahmed Ben Edris»: Free Thinking Uses of Islam From Stubbe to Toland.Justin Champion - 2010 - Al-Qantara 31 (2):443-480.
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    "Religion's Safe, with Priestcraft is the War": Augustan Anticlericalism and the Legacy of the English Revolution, 1660-1720.Justin Champion - 2000 - The European Legacy 5 (4):547-561.
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    ‘It Hath Framed the Mindes of a Thousand Gentlemen’: Some Recent Works on Leviathan.Justin Champion - 2010 - British Journal for the History of Philosophy 18 (2):333-337.
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    The Occult Laboratory: Magic, Science and Second Sight in Late 17th Century Scotland.Justin Champion - 2002 - Journal of the History of Philosophy 40 (4):545-546.
    Justin Champion - The Occult Laboratory: Magic, Science and Second Sight in Late 17th Century Scotland - Journal of the History of Philosophy 40:4 Journal of the History of Philosophy 40.4 545-546 Book Review The Occult Laboratory: Magic, Science and Second Sight in Late 17th Century Scotland Michael Hunter, editor. The Occult Laboratory: Magic, Science and Second Sight in Late 17th Century Scotland. Rochester, NY: Boydell Press, 2001. Pp. vii + 247. Cloth, $90.00. This is a superb collection of original (...)
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    Republican Learning: John Toland and the Crisis of Christian Culture, 1696-1722.Justin Champion - 2003 - Distributed Exclusively in the Usa by Palgrave.
    This book explores the life, thought and political commitments of the free-thinker John Toland (1670-1722). Studying both his private archive and published works, it illustrates how Toland moved in both subversive and elite political circles in England and abroad. It explores the connections between his republican political thought and his irreligious belief about Christian doctrine, the ecclesiastical establishment and divine revelation, arguing that far from being a marginal and insignificant figure, Toland counted queens, princes and government ministers as his friends (...)
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    “An Intent and Careful Reading.” How John Locke Read His Bible.Justin Champion - 2019 - In Luisa Simonutti (ed.), Locke and Biblical Hermeneutics: Conscience and Scripture. Springer Verlag. pp. 143-160.
    In late October 1688 John Locke wrote, as part of a continuing and lengthy correspondence, to his friend the French biblical critic, Nicholas Toinard. Replying to enquiries about Richard Simon’s recent work the Histoire Critique he noted, “as soon as I get hold of this new critique I shall read it through carefully to see what it is made of, though the columnar book that I should compare it with is not here. That book is carefully put away: for it (...)
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    Ecrasez L'Infame: Clever Clerics and the Politics of Knowledge?Justin Champion - 2000 - British Journal for the History of Philosophy 8 (1):149 – 158.
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