Prof Sarah Hutton

Prof Sarah Hutton

Emeritus Honorary Appointment

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Hutton, S.C. 2013. Religion, Philosophy and Women’s letters: Anne Conway and Damaris Masham. In A. Dunan-Page., C. Prunier. (eds) Debating the Faith Religion and Letter-Writing in Great Britain, 1550-1800 . International Archives of the History of Ideas, vol. 209 Springer Nature, Dordrecht pp. 159-175.

Hutton, S.C. 2013. The Cambridge Platonists and Averroes’. In A. Akasoy., G. Giglioni. (eds) Renaissance Averroism and its Aftermath: Arabic Philosophy in Early Modern Europe. International Archives of the History of Ideas, vol. 211 Springer Nature, Dordrecht pp. 197-211.

Hutton, S. 2013. Women, Freedom and Equality. In P. R. Anstey. (ed) Oxford Handbook of British Philosophy in the Seventeenth Century. Oxford University Press, Oxford pp. 501-518.


Hutton, S.C. 2012. Anne Conway and Origen. In A. Furst., C. Hengestermann. (eds) Autonomie und Menschenwürde Origenes in der Philosophie der Neuzeit . Adamantiana, vol. 2 Aschendorff, Muenster pp. 221-234.

Hutton, S.C. 2012. Between Newton and Leibniz: Emilie du Châtelet and Samuel Clarke. In R. Hagengruber. (ed) Madame Du Châtelet, between Leibniz and Newton. International Archives of the History of Ideas, vol. 209 Springer Nature, Dordrecht pp. 77-95.


Hutton, S.C. 2011. A Radical Review of the Cambridge Platonists. In A. Hessayon., D. Finnegan. (eds) Varieties of Seventeenth-and-Early Eighteenth-Century Radicalism in Context. Taylor & Francis pp. 161-182.

Hutton, S. 2011. Before Frankenstein. In J. A. Hayden. (ed) The New Science and Women's Literary Discourse. Springer Nature pp. 17-28.


Hutton, S. 2009. Popkin's Spinoza. In J. D. Popkin. (ed) The Legacies of Richard H. Popkin. International Archives of the History of Ideas, vol. 198 Springer Nature, Dordrecht pp. 27-38.


Hutton, S., Schuurman, P. 2008. Studies on Locke: Sources, Contemporaries and Legacy. International Archives of the History of Ideas, no. 197 Springer Nature

Hutton, S.C. 2008. The Persona of the Woman Philosopher in Eighteenth-Century England: Catharine Macaulay, Mary Hays and Elizabeth Hamilton. Intellectual History Review 18 (3) pp. 403-412.


Hutton, S. 2005. Liberty, Equality and God: the Religious Roots of Catherine Macaulay's Feminism. In B. Taylor., S. Knott. (eds) Women, Gender and Enlightenment. Springer Nature pp. 538-550. Cadair


Hutton, S. 2004. Anne Conway: A Woman Philosopher. Cambridge University Press Cadair

Hutton, S. 2004. Emilie du Châtelet's Institutions de physique as a document in the history of French Newtonianism. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 35 (3) pp. 515-531. Cadair


Hutton, S. 2003. Science and Satire: the Lucianic Voice of Margaret Cavendish's Description of a New World Called the Blazing World. Authorial Conquests. Essays on Genre in the Writings of Margaret Cavendish. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press pp. 161-178. Cadair