407. Maria Rosa Antognazza on Early Modern Toleration
An interview on the nature of religious tolerance, and the forms it took during the Reformation and in the thought of early modern thinkers like Locke and Leibniz.
Maria Rosa Antognazza is Professor of Philosophy at King's College London.
• M.R. Antognazza, Leibniz: an Intellectual Biography (Cambridge: 2009).
• M.R. Antognazza, “Leibniz’s Doctrine of Toleration: Philosophical, Theological and Pragmatic Reasons,” in J. Parkin and T. Stanton (eds), Natural Law and Toleration in the Early Enlightenment (Oxford: 2013), 139-64
• M.R. Antognazza, “Reason, Revelation, and Arguments for the Deity," in A. Garrett (ed.),The Routledge Companion to Eighteenth Century Philosophy (Abingdon: 2014), 145-66.
• M.R. Antognazza, Leibniz: a Very Short Introduction (Oxford: 2016).
• M.R. Antognazza, “Ecclesiology, Ecumenism, and Toleration,” in M.R. Antognazza (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Leibniz, ed. (Oxford: 2018).
• M.R. Antognazza, “Belief, Religious Belief, and Faith,” Rivista di Filosofia 110 (2019), 283-306.
• M.R. Antognazza, “Truth and Toleration in Early Modern Thought,” in I. Hunter and R. Whatmore (eds), Philosophy, Rights, and Natural Law (Edinburgh: 2019).
• M.R. Antognazza, “Knowledge and Religious Belief,” Think 20 (2021), 39-52.