Items of Interest: Early Modern Resources
Apologies for this second recent lull in posting. A return to my regular posting schedule can be expected shortly. The up-coming series “Early Modern Theologies of the Atonement” is not to be as quickly forthcoming as could be hoped but there will be regular non-serialised posts, including a selection from my writing and research of the present semester. In the mean time I wish to share with you two links which I have recently come across which I hope will interest you as much as they have me.
Early Modern Thought Online is a tumblr, of all things, with updates on topics and resources relevant to Early Modern scholarship.
Biblioteche dei filosofi is a curious database of the private libraries of the great thinkers of the past centuries, including some personal favourites such as Jacobus Arminius, Immanuel Kant, and Adam Smith. The Biblioteche is in Italian but clearly laid out and easy to navigate. It is well worth a look.