Bayle exhausts himself in recounting all the infamies imputed by fable to the gods of antiquity.
He had studied the philosophical works of Spinoza and Bayle.
Bayle's portrait does not resemble him, as one of his friends writes.
Few philosophers were more deserving of the title than, Bayle.
The faculties so eminent in Bayle were equally so in Warburton.
Bayle thinks there are none but the Cartesians can refute this atheism.
With still keener insight did Bayle, twenty years later, perceive the political import of certain tenets of the Reformation.
Herlicius was an eminent physician; and Bayle says of him, vol.
Bayle, the historical sceptic, lectured and published his learned Dictionnaire at Rotterdam.
But Bayle's Commentary had a greater influence on French thought.