Fact and Fiction in Ralph Cudworth’s 'True Intellectual System of the Universe'
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Seth Lobis discusses, “Fact and Fiction in Ralph Cudworth’s 'True Intellectual System of the Universe'”. Lobis is Associate Professor of Literature at Claremont McKenna College. This lecture was part of the session titled, “Fact and Fiction”.
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