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eBook An Enquiry into the Ideas of Space, Time, Immensity and Eternity (Eighteenth-century English Philosophy) download ISBN: 1855060531
Author: Edmund Law
Publisher: Thoemmes Continuum; Facsimile of 1734 ed edition (December 1, 1990)
Language: English
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An Enquiry Into the I. .See a Problem? We’d love your help. In answer to a book lately publish'd by Mr. Jackson, entitled, The existence and unity of God proved from This book, "An enquiry into the ideas of space, time, immensity and eternity," by Edmund Law, is a replication of a book originally published before 1734. It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible.

An 18th Century Speculation on Space and Time - Refuting Samuel . Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details

An 18th Century Speculation on Space and Time - Refuting Samuel ClarkeLaw was a crucial figure in the revival of philosophical inquiry in Cambridge during the twenty years after his graduation in 1723. From a philosophical point of view his main target was Samuel Clarke, already under suspicion since his views on the Trinity were regarded as unorthodox. Bibliographic Details. Title: An Enquiry into the Ideas of Space, Time

Law, Edmund, 1703-1787; Waterland, Daniel, 1683-1740. The "Dissertation upon the argument a priori" is by Daniel Waterland. ASC: from the Yolton Library Rare Book Collection.

Law, Edmund, 1703-1787; Waterland, Daniel, 1683-1740. Jackson, John, 1686-1763, Religion. Cambridge : Printed by W. Fenner and R. Beresford for W. Thurlbourn. Includes bibliographical references.

An enquiry into the ideas of space, time, immensity, and eternity ; as also the self-existence, necessary existence, and unity of the divine nature : in answer to a book lately publish'd by Mr. Jackson, entitled. Jackson, entitled, 'The existence and unity of God proved from His nature and attributes' (1734). An essay on the origin of evil (1739).

Published 1962 by W. Thurlbourn in Cambridge.

Edmund Law. An enquiry into the ideas of space, time, immensity, and eternity Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove An enquiry into the ideas of space, time, immensity, and eternity from your list? An enquiry into the ideas of space, time, immensity, and eternity. as also the self-existence, necessary existence, and unity of the divine nature: in answer to a book lately published by Mr. Jackson, entitled, The existence of God proved from His nature and attributes. To which is added, A dissertation upon the argument a priori for proving the existence of a first cause. Published 1962 by W.

67 Law,, An enquiry into the ideas of space, time, immensity & eternity (Cambridge, 1734), . ; also, p. 9. 68 Law,, Evil, p. 50 n. 10. 69 Essay, II. xx. 93, Law, Subscription, p. 18. For Law's view of progress see Spadafora, David, The idea of progress in eighteenth-century Britain (New Haven and London, 1990), but note that he generally fails to distinguish between latitudinarian and millenarian protestant visions.

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Find nearly any book by Edmund Law. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Eighteenth-century English Philosophy): An Enquiry into the Ideas of Space, Time, Immensity, and Eternity (And) a Dissertation Upon the Argument a Priori for Proving the Existence of a First. Eighteenth-century English Philosophy): ISBN 9781855060531 (978-1-85506-053-1) Hardcover, Thoemmes Press, 1990.

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Improved in 24 Hours. The bishop's father, Edmund Law, descended from a family of yeomen or statesmen, long settled at Askham in Westmoreland, was son of Edmund Law, of Carhullan and Measand (will dated 1689), by his wife Elizabeth Wright of Measand. An enquiry into the ideas of space, time, immensity, and eternity ; as also the self-existence, necessary existence, and unity of the divine nature : in answer to a book lately publish'd by Mr.

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