16th to 18th Centuries: Pantheists who lived in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries.
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Bruno, Giordano (1548 - 1600) (7) Dominican heretic who wrote books on early Pantheist ideas and was executed by the Inquisition.
Spinoza, Baruch (1632 - 1677) (8) Trained in Talmudic scholarship, Spinoza's views took unconventional directions towards Pantheism.
Toland, John (1670 - 1722) (2) Originator of the term "Pantheist", setting forth precepts and suggesting a society for Pantheists.
PAN - Joseph Raphson (1648-1715) Essay by Gary Suttle about the Cambridge scholar who originated the terms "pantheist" and "pantheism".