Seventeenth-century British philosophers / edited with introductions by Vere Chappell.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York : Garland Pub., 1992.
Description
xiii, 346 pages ; 24 cm.

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Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
  • Seventeenth-century British philosophy in general. Arminianism in England / Owen Chadwick
  • Casuistry and character / Edmund Leites
  • 'Reason, ' 'right reason, ' and 'revelation' in mid-seventeenth-century England / Lotte Mulligan
  • Latitudinarianism and science in seventeenth-century England / Barbara J. Shapiro
  • Puritanism, capitalism, democracy, and the new science / Leo F. Solt
  • Cambridge Platonism. The fathers and the theology of the Cambridge Platonists / D.W. Dockrill
  • Innate ideas in the Cambridge Platonists / Sterling P. Lamprecht
  • On the origins of some modern ideas of conscience : the Cambridge Platonists / Edmund Leites
  • More. Henry More's space and the spirit of nature / Michael Boylan
  • Henry More, Thomas Vaughan and the late Renaissance magical tradition / Arlene Miller Guinsburg
  • Cudworth. The moral philosophy of Cudworth / J.A. Passmore
  • Digby. Atomism and eschatology : Catholicism and natural philosophy in the Interregnum / John Henry
  • Charleton. Walter Charleton, Robert Boyle, and the acceptance of Epicurean atomism in England / Robert Kargon.
  • (Continued) Sergeant. John Sergeant's criticism of Locke's theory of ideas / Brian Cooney
  • Conway. Anne Finch, Viscountess Conway / Lois Frankel
  • The vitalism of Anne Conway : its impact on Leibniz's concept of the monad / Carolyn Merchant
  • Cumberland. The place of Richard Cumberland in the history of natural law doctrine / Murray Forsyth
  • Stillingfleet. The philosophy of Bishop Stillingfleet / Richard H. Popkin
  • Glanvill. The devil in Restoration science : the Glanvill-Webster witchcraft debate / Thomas Harmon Jobe.
ISBN
  • 081530580X
  • 9780815305804
  • 0815305796
  • 9780815305798
LCCN
91042077
OCLC
24847201
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