Henry More, 1614-1687: A Biography of the Cambridge by R. Crocker

By R. Crocker

This is the 1st smooth biography to put Henry More’s (1614-1687) non secular and philosophical preoccupations centre-stage, and to supply a coherent interpretation of his paintings from a attention of his personal writings, their contexts and goals. it's also the 1st research of extra to use the whole diversity of his prolific writings and a couple of unknown manuscripts when it comes to his existence. It includes an annotated handlist of his extant correspondence.

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