I am hoping, at some point in the future, to teach a graduate seminar on Early Modern Philosophy of Language. I have a preliminary list of figures that I think are sensible to try to cover, but want to make sure I am not forgetting anyone. My current (perhaps overly ambitious) list is:
Hobbes, Arnauld, Locke, Leibniz, Berkeley, Reid, Condillac, Smith and Mill
If anyone has suggestions of other figures (or better yet, particular readings from other figures) that would be sensible to include, let me know!