PARSONS, Robert (or Persons: 1546-1610)

Sommerville, Johann P.
June 2006
Continuum Encyclopedia of British Philosophy;2006, Vol. 3, p2432
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An encyclopedia entry for British philosopher Robert Parsons is presented. This entry contains the place and date of his birth, his educational attainment, his degrees and career, and the place and date of his death. This is followed by his writings, with a critical account of his thought. Parsons was active in high-level international politics, and some of his best-known works were concerned with political theory and the politics of Catholicism.


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