Archive Nota Bene Peter Escalante

Climate Change in Early Modernity

Geoffrey Parker, writing at The Chronicle of Higher Education, points out that quite aside from questions of climate change caused by man, the world has grand seasons and, as always, the 17th century has grand lessons; in this case, the teacher is Tokugawa, Japan.

By Peter Escalante

Peter Escalante is a founder and editor of The Calvinist International. He holds a MA in Philosophy.