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Appendix Two—The Interlocutor of the “De la Providence et du Concours Immediat”

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In her work Sulla crisi della teologia filosofica nel Seicento. Pierre Jurieu e dintorni, Anna Minerbi Belgrado transcribes a document from the Charles le Cène collection held by the Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland and preserved in London at the Special Collections of the University College library, and attributes this manuscript to Isaac Papin, a nephew and follower of Pajon. In favor of the identification of Pajon as the correspondent in question, this appendix points to Goujet's list of his manuscript works, which includes a title almost identical to that found at the top of the le Cène collection manuscript: "Plusieurs piéces sur la providence, sur le concours immédiat". It argues that the identification of Pajon as the anonymous interlocutor can be maintained with a fair degree of certainty.

Keywords: Goujet; Isaac Papin; Pajon



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