A letter to Mr. Dodwell; wherein all the arguments in his epistolary discourse against the immortality of the soul are particularly answered, and the judgement of the Fathers concerning that matter truly represented. Together with a defence of an argument made use of in the above-mentioned Letter to Mr. Dodwell, to prove the immateriality and natural immortality of the soul. In four letters to the author of Some remarks, &c. To which is added, some reflections on that part of a book called Amyntor, which relates to the writings of the primitive Fathers, and the canon of the New Testament. By Samuel Clarke... The sixth edition. In this edition are inserted the Remarks on Dr. Clarke's letter to Mr. Dodwell, and the Several replies to the Doctor's defences thereof

Source

Bibliothèque interuniversitaire de la Sorbonne, cote :
MEZ 287

Titre

A letter to Mr. Dodwell; wherein all the arguments in his epistolary discourse against the immortality of the soul are particularly answered, and the judgement of the Fathers concerning that matter truly represented. Together with a defence of an argument made use of in the above-mentioned Letter to Mr. Dodwell, to prove the immateriality and natural immortality of the soul. In four letters to the author of Some remarks, &c. To which is added, some reflections on that part of a book called Amyntor, which relates to the writings of the primitive Fathers, and the canon of the New Testament. By Samuel Clarke... The sixth edition. In this edition are inserted the Remarks on Dr. Clarke's letter to Mr. Dodwell, and the Several replies to the Doctor's defences thereof

Date

1731

Lieu et siècle d’édition

London (GB)
18e s.

Format et exemplaire

[3-1 bl.]-475-[1] p. ; in-8
Reliure anglaise, veau fauve, à décor estampé à froid (filets, fleurons), 18e s..
Cachet: L. Mézières.

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Publié avec :
- A letter to the learned Mr. Henry Dodwell containing some remarks on a (pretended) demonstration of the immateriality and natural immortality of the soul in Mr. Clarke's answer to his late Epistolary discourse, &c
- A defence of an argument made use of in a letter to Mr. Dodwell to prove the immateriality and natural immortality of the soul
- A reply to Mr. Clarkes' Defence of his letter to Mr. Dodwell with a postscript relating to Mr. Mille's answer to Mr. Dodwell's Epistolary discourse
- A second defence of an argument made use of in a letter to Mr. Dodwell to prove the immateriality and natural immortality of the soul, in a letter to the author of A reply to Mr. Clarkes' Defence, &c
- Reflections on Mr. Clarke's Second defence of his letter to Mr. Dodwell
- A third defence of an argument made use of in a letter to Mr. Dodwell to prove the immateriality and natural immortality of the soul, in a letter to the author of The reflexions on Mr. Clarkes' second defence, &c
- An answer to Mr. Clarke's third defence of his letter to Mr. Dodwell
- A fourth defence of an argument made use of in a letter to Mr. Dodwell to prove the immateriality and natural immortality of the soul, in a letter to the author of the Answer to Mr. Clarke's third defence, &c
- Some reflections on that part of a book called Amyntor or the defence of Milton's life which relates to the writings of the primitive Fathers and the canon of the New Testament

Langue

eng

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