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continuities of elements,” not, as in the case of Ernst Cassirer, “the formative influence that helped determine the patterns into which these elements fitted.”16 And he adds that “this stress on continuity […] rather than what was novel in it as a whole was characteristic of Lovejoy’s earlier essay on the history of philosophy.”17 The 13 Arthur O. Lovejoy, Essays in the History of Ideas, Baltimore 1948, xiv. 14 Ibid., 532. 15 Lovejoy, The Great Chain, 3f. 16 Maurice Mandelbaum, The History of Ideas

Grafton, The His- tory of Ideas: Precept and Practice, 1950-2000 and Beyond, in: Journal of the History of Ideas 67. 2006, S. 1–32; Leo Cantana, Lovejoy's Readings of Bruno: Or How Nine- teenth-Century History of Philosophy was 'Transformed' Into the History of Ideas, in: Journal of the History of Ideas 71. 2009, S. 91–112. 81 Zur History of Ideas Club siehe: Wilson, S. 187-189; Dorothy Stimson, The History of Ideas Club, in: George Boas (Hg.), Studies in Intellectual History, Baltimore 1953, S. 174–196. 82 Siehe: Arthur O. Lovejoy, On Some Conditions of Progress