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Tables of Contents for Henry Stubbe, Radical Protestantism and the Early Enlightenment
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Preface
vii
 
Introduction: the historiographical problem
1
7
Hobbesian Independent
8
17
Republican Independent
25
16
Surreptitious naturalism: the invention of a new rhetoric
41
23
`Mahometan Christianity': Stubbe's secular historicism
64
14
Aristotle on the ale-benches
78
31
Court pen: `ancient prudence' and royal policy
109
20
Court to country
129
10
Civil religion and radical politics: Stubbe to Toland
139
22
Stubbe and the radical Whigs, 1678--82
139
4
The paganizing potential in toleration at the king's command
143
10
Stubbe to Toland: `Mahometan Christianity' revived
153
8
Epilogue: the paganizing thread
161
14
Notes
175
35
Bibliographical Note
210
4
Index
214