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The submitted study deals with various types of works written by 16th-and 17th-century Central European philosophy professors. Their intensive production is examined with the use of the following nine categories: 1. lectures, 2. disputations, 3. academic exercises, 4. polemical writings, 5. translations, 6. editions of ancient and post-ancient writings, 7. monographs, including commentaries, 8. auxiliary writings, and 9. other kinds of writings. These categories form the basis of furtherdoi:10.14712/23365730.2020.27 fatcat:asayufyhc5e77bvcxp634l5hei