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To learn more about the engraver of the 17th-century head-piece pictured to the left, see the IN BRIEF biography for Wenceslaus Hollar.

The STUDIES section of She-philosopher.​com was added in August 2012. Learn more about the 2012 launch of the new She-philosopher.​com here.

There is more about the 17th-century “philosophical traveler” in the editor’s introduction to She-philosopher.​com’s e-publication of Richard Flecknoe’s Brazilian travelogue. See the digital edition, Lib. Cat. No. FLECK1656.

Another “philosophical traveler” is discussed in the webessay, Introducing: “the polymath physician Henry Stubbe (1632–1676)”: author of one of the earliest appreciations in English of Islam, and the first writer on climate change to be published in a scientific journal (1667), at the subdomain known as Roses.

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