SEP: Baron d’Holbach

Michael LeBuffe has just revised his Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy article on Paul-Henri Thiry (Baron) d’Holbach. The article focuses on Holbach’s positive metaphysics and ethics, rather than his arguments for atheism, which LeBuffe dismisses as neither “original” nor “especially well presented.”

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