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Conjectura cabbalistica. Or, A conjectural essay of interpreting the minde of Moses, according to a threefold cabbala: viz, literal, philosophical, mystical, or divinely moral. A Collection Of Several Philosophical Writings of Dr. Henry More Fellow of Christ's Colledge in Cambridge. As Namely, His (Antidote against Atheism. Appendix to the said Antidote. Enthusiasmus Triumphatus. Letters to Des-Cartes, &c. Immortality of the Soul. Conjectura Cabbalistica. Author Henry More Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used Book Edition: Second Edition/Corrected/Enlarged. Get this from a library! Conjectura cabbalistica: or, a conjectural essay of interpreting the minde of Moses, according to a threefold cabbala: viz. literal, philosophical, mystical, or, divinely moral. By Henry More fellow of Christs College in Cambridge.. [Henry More]. Conjectura Physica Circa Propagationem Soni Ac Luminis () by Leonhardo Eulero (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book Format: Paperback.
A Collection of several Philosophical Writings of Dr. Henry More was first published in and includes his Antidote against Atheism, with the Appendix, Enthusiasmus Triumphatus, Letters to Des Cartes, &c., Immortality of the Soul, and Conjectura Cabbalistica. A fourth edition, corrected and much enlarged, was published in , with notes.'. Antidote against atheimsAppendix to the said AntidoteEnthusiasmus triumphatusLetters to Des-Cartes, &c. (in Latin)--Immortality of the soulConjectura cabbalistica Pages: Excerpt from A Collection of Several Philosophical Writings of Dr. Henry More, Fellow of Christ's Colledge in Cambridge: His as Namely, Antidote Against Atheism, Appendix to the Said Antidote, Enthusiasmus Triumphatus, Letters to Des-Cartes, &C., Immortality of the Soul, Conjectura Cabbalistica1/5(2). Author of Enchiridion ethicum, Philosophical writings of Henry More, A collection of several philosophical writings, , Enchiridion metaphysicum, sive, De rebus incorporeis succincta & luculenta dissertatio, Conjectura cabbalistica, Theological works, Philosophical poems of Henry More, Enthusiasmus triumphatus ().
Get print book. No eBook available. Milton and the Conjectura Cabbalistica Marjorie H Nicolson. 1: 28 other sections not shown. Other editions - View all. Philological Quarterly Full view - Philological Quarterly, Volume 25 Snippet view - Philological Quarterly, Volume 2. COURTESY OF DIGITAL CAVENDISH PROJECT. THE BLAZING WORLD BY MARGARET CAVENDISH [This guide is in-progess] STUDY GUIDE. INTRODUCTION. The Blazing World by Cavendish is a work of prose fiction in which a human woman travels accidentally to another world via the North Pole, where she immediately takes root as a fixture in their population and learns to not . 1 Conjectura Cabbalistica here does not refer to Henry More's Threefold Cabala, the relation of which to Milton has been fully discussed by Miss M. H. Nicolson in an essay of the same title (Philological Quarterly, VI, , pp. ). The expression is meant here to . conjecture: [noun] inference formed without proof or sufficient evidence. a conclusion deduced by surmise or guesswork. a proposition (as in mathematics) before it has been proved or disproved.