4 edition of Remarks upon a late Discourse of free-thinking found in the catalog.
Remarks upon a late Discourse of free-thinking
by printed for John Morphew, and Cornelius Crownfield, in Cambridge in London
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 1265, no. 7.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||5659|
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Remarks upon a late Discourse of free-thinking: in a letter to F. H., D. by Bentley, Richard, ; Hare, Francis, ; Pages: : Remarks upon a late Discourse of free-thinking: in a letter to N.
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Cambridge [Eng.] Printed by J. Bentham for W. Thurlbourn; and sold by Knaptons, Manby, and Beecroft, London, (OCoLC) REMARKS UPON A LATE DISCOURSE OF FREE-THINKING IN A LETTER TO F.
D.: (First and Second Parts). London: John Morphew and E. Curl, First edition of the second part bound together with the third edition of the first part. Bentley was an English classical scholar, critic, theologian and Master of Trinity College. Author of Remarks upon a late Discourse of free-thinking, A dissertation upon the epistles of Phalaris, The Folly and Unreasonableness of Atheism Demonstrated from The Advantage and Pleasure of a Religious Life, The Faculties of Human Souls, The Structure of Animate Bodies, & The Origin and Frame of the World, A confutation of atheism from the structure and origin of.
A Discourse of Free-Thinking, Occasion'd by the Rise and Growth of a Sect Call'd Free-Thinkers [WITH] Remarks Upon the Discourse of Free-Thinking, in a Letter to F. [WITH] Remarks Upon a Late Discourse of Free-Thinking, in a Letter to F.
D., Part the Second, Fourth Edition [WITH] Free-Thinking Rightly Stated; Wherein a Discourse. Berkeley and Contemporary Philosophy. the friend and disciple of Locke, in his best-known work, A Discourse of Free-thinking, occasioned by the rise and growth of a sect call’d Free-thinkers Bentley’s brilliant criticism of this book, in his Remarks upon a late Discourse of Free-thinking, 4 gained for it an unenviable reputation.
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Read. Read. Read. Read. Publishing History. John Arbuthnot – Proposals for printing a very curious discourse a treatise of the art of political lying, with an abstract of the first volume ("The Art of Political Lying") Jane Barker – The Amours of Bosvil and Galesia; Richard Bentley (as Phileleutherus Lipsiensis) – Remarks upon a Late Discourse of Free-thinking (see Collins below).
Phileleutherus Lipsiensis, Remarks upon a Late Discourse, (). The sixth edition (Cambridge ) is the one quoted in the text. South, Animadversions on Dr. Sherlock’s Book, (London ) pp.
– He speaks of three distinct modes of subsistence being allotted to one and the same God-head and says “a mode in things. Filed under: Apologetics -- History -- 18th century. Remarks upon a late Discourse of free-thinking: in a letter to N. N., by Phileleutherus Lipsiensis [pseud.] (Cambridge [Eng.] Printed for C.
Crownfield, ), by Richard Bentley (page images at HathiTrust) Alciphron; or, The minute philosopher. In seven dialogues. ―In England, dear Sir, ſaid I, we ſit all at our old French officer would have ſet me at unity with myſelf, in caſe I had been at variance,—by ſaying it was a bon mot—and as a bon mot is always worth ſomething at Paris, he offered me a pinch of ſnuff.
Remarks upon a late Discourse of free-thinking: in a letter to N. N., by Phileleutherus Lipsiensis [pseud.] (Cambridge [Eng.] Printed for C. Crownfield, ), by Richard Bentley (page images at HathiTrust) Alciphron; or, The minute philosopher.
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