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Aberdeen: printed by J. Chalmers, for Alexander Thomson, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Whichcote. The Works Of The Learned Benjamin Whichcote V1 ().pdf writen by Dr Benjamin Whichcote: This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original.
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"Some account of the life of Dr. Benjamin Whichcote"--v. 1, p. [i]-viii Master microform held by: LrI Microfiche sPages: Qeoforoymena dogmata:: or, some select notions of that learned and reverend divine of the Church of England, Benj.
Whitchcot, D.D. lately deceased. by Benjamin Whichcote (Book) A sermon preached at the funeral of the reverend Benjamin Whichcot: D.D.
and minister of. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The Works of the Learned Benjamin Whichcote, D. D., 4 vols. (Aberdeen, ) This edition, which amalgamates the texts found in earlier editions, is prefaced by an ‘Account of the Life’ of the author.
The works of the learned Benjamin Whichcote Whichcote, Benjamin, [ Book, Microform: ] View online (access conditions) Whichcote, Benjamin, [ Book: ] At UQ Library. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: ,) The rational theology of Benjamin Whichcote: father of the Cambridge platonists.
By the Reverend and Learned Benjamin Whichcote Examined and corrected by his own notes; and published by John Jeffery PY - PB - AU - Whichcote, Benjamin, (viaf) ER.
The Cambridge Platonists were a group of English seventeenth-century thinkers associated with the University of Cambridge. The most important philosophers among them were Henry More (–) and Ralph Cudworth (–), both fellows of Christ's College, Cambridge. The group also included Benjamin Whichcote (–), Peter Sterry (–), John Smith (–), Nathaniel.
By the Reverend and Learned, Benjamin Whichcote, D. sometime Minister of S. Lawrence Jewry, London. Volume II. Examined and Corrected by his own Notes; and published by John Jeffery, D. Archdeacon of Norwich., 2 nd edition (London: James Knapton, )  The Works: (a composite edition of the Select Sermons and the Several Discourses).
6. ‘The Works of the learned Benjamin Whichcote, D.D., rector of St. Lawrence Jewry, London,’ 4 vols.; Aberdeen, (contains only the discourses). ‘Moral and Religious Aphorisms: collected from the manuscript Papers of the Reverend and Learned Doctor Whichcote, and published in MDCCIII by Dr.
Jeffery. The Works of the learned Benjamin Whichcote, D.D. 4 vols. (Aberdeen, ). Google Scholar I am co—editing an anthology of Cambridge Platonists texts with Alison Trigg of Cambridge University called Cambridge Platonist Spirituality (NY: Paulist Press, forthcoming).Cited by: 1. The works of the learned Benjamin Whichcote, [electronic resource] Select sermons of Dr.
Whichcot [sic] [microform]: in two parts Select sermons [electronic resource] of Dr. Whichcot. The Works of the Learned Benjamin Whichcote, D.D., Rector of St.
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It is widely believed Author: Robbie Duschinsky. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Whichcote, Benjamin, ; Format: Book, Online; 4v.: ill., ports. ; 8°. Peter Harrison provides an account of the religious foundations of scientific knowledge.
He shows how the approaches to the study of nature that emerged in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries were directly informed by theological discussions about the Fall of Man and the extent to which the mind and the senses had been damaged by that primeval event.
The Works of the learned Benjamin Whichcote, D.D., rector of St. Lawrence Jewry. 4 vols. Aberdeen, [Contains only the Discourses.] Moral and Religious Aphorisms: collected from the manuscript Papers of the Reverend and Learned Dr. Whichcote, and published in MDCCIII, by Dr.
Jeffery. Linked bibliography for the SEP article "The Cambridge Platonists" by Sarah Hutton. Culverwell, Nathaniel, An Elegant and Learned Discourse of the Light of Nature, London, Modern edition by R.A. Greene and H. McCallum. Whichcote, Benjamin, The Works of the Learned Benjamin Whichcote, 4 vols.
Aberdeen, Facsimile reprint New.‘ That those who are truly religious will be delivered from all dangerous errors about religion ’ in The Works of the Learned Benjamin Whichcote, Volume Cited by: 5.
Moral and religious aphorisms: Collected from the manuscript papers of the reverend and learned Doctor Whichcote; and published in MDCCIII, by Dr. Jeffery. Now re-published, with very large additions, by Samuel Salter, To which are added, Eight letters.
Benjamin Whichcote has written: 'Select sermons of Benjamin Whichcote' -- subject(s): Church of England, English Sermons, Sermons 'The works of the learned Benjamin Whichcote' -- subject(s. Benjamin Whichcote’s presence in the historiography of seventeenth-century English thought rests chiefly on an influential claim, propagated in slightly different forms by Ernst Cassirer (Die platonische Renaissance, ) and James Deotis Roberts (From Puritanism to Platonism, ), that he is the ‘father of Cambridge Platonism’.
Works = Whichcote, BenjaminThe Works of the Learned Benjamin Whichcote, D. D., 4 vols., Printed by J. Chalmers for Alexander Thomson, Aberdeen. Notes on Referencing. To distinguish my emphasis from original italics, I indicate my emphasis within quotations by underlining; all italics in quotations are original.
Books 1. My first book, of course, was my dissertation, The Life and Thought of Benjamin Whichcote, published by Ann Arbor microfilms. Initially I had thought of publishing it in regular book form but for reasons I cannot quite recall I never even contacted a publisher.
Eventually I published some of the information in the. Definition of Incogitant with photos and pictures, translations, sample usage, and additional links for more information. The Works of the Learned Benjamin Whichcote by Benjamin Whichcote () " through his incogitant leaving the book wherein his enquiries of the daemon were written with a friend, the matter came to be divulged.
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Cambridge Platonists, group of 17th-century English philosophic and religious thinkers who hoped to reconcile Christian ethics with Renaissance humanism, religion with the new science, and faith with leader was Benjamin Whichcote, who expounded in his sermons the Christian humanism that united the group.
His principal disciples at the University of Cambridge were Ralph. and specifically with Benjamin Whichcote's view of reason since Tulloch's survey in It has served, somewhat inappropriately, as the title of a book on the Platonists and has been regularly cited in scholarly discussion to express the kind of rational religion favored by them.1 What has never.
philosophers affiliated with the University of Cambridge that included Benjamin Whichcote (), Ralph Cudworth (), and Anne Conway ().2 They were among the heirs to the Renaissance humanist movement of Marsilio Ficino, holding to the concept of a philosophia perennis.
Whichcote, Benjamin, qeologoumhna dogmata: or Some Select Notions of that Learned and Reverend Divine of the Church of England, Benj. Whitchcot, D.D. London, Whichcote, Benjamin, A compendium of devotion, containing a treatise of prayer and thanksgiving: with morning and evening prayers for every day in the week, &c.
BENJAMIN WHICHCOTE was born inat Whichcote Hall, in the parish of Stoke, Shropshire. In he entered Emmanuel College, Cambridge, then regarded as the chief Puritan college of the University. Here his college tutor was ANTHONY TUCKNEY (), a man of rare character, combining learning, wit, and piety.
Ecrits De - $ Ecrits De Jeunesse By Benjamin Constant English Hardcover Book Fre. 11 Benjamin Whichcote, Several Discourses, ed. Jeffrey (London, ). There is a tradition that Samuel Clarke edited the fourth volume of this collection. Shaftesbury's preface appeared anonymously in Select Sermons of Dr.
Whichcote (London, ), reprinted (Edinburgh) and. Benjamin Whichcote. Men, Credit, but he developed one important ability: he learned to see where he was small in his thinking, and actions. Under the pressure of some task which was dear to him he learned better and better to sense the threat that comes from his smallness and pettiness.
Benjamin Franklin Founding Father of the United. A donkey that carries a lot of books is not necessarily learned. ~ Danish Proverb.
A learned man has always wealth in himself. ~ Latin Proverbs. A learned man without work is a cloud without rain. ~ Arabian Proverb. A man in this world without learning is as a beast of the field.
~ Hindu Proverb. A trade not properly learned is an enemy. Benjamin Whichcote Peter Sterry: William Bedell William Sancroft: John Smith William Law: West End (Entrance) The History of the Windows. The actual designer was most probably Clement John Heaton the younger () but the general scheme of subjects was suggested by the Revd (the celebrated New Testament scholar), Fellow of.
of Whichcote's Select Sermons, whose preface, written inbegins with anapology: ' Amongstthosemanythings which are made public, it may be thought perhaps, of Sermons,thattheyare ofany the least wanted; and,for the future, the least likely to be found wanting.
Since to that rich and inexhaustible store, with which the learned and. An Elegant and Learned Discourse of the Light of Nature is a concerted effort to find a middle way between the two extremes that dominated the religious dispute of the English civil war in the seventeenth century.
At one extreme end of the spectrum was the antinomian assertion that the elect were redeemed by God’s free grace and thereby free.
The most familiar names are Benjamin Whichcote, Peter Sterry, John Worthington, Ralph Cudworth, Nathaniel Culverwell, and John Smith (all matriculated at Emmanuel) and Henry More (Christ’s).Author: Ariel Hessayon. I wrote this book to show you that a cure is entirely possible because I've seen it happen over and over again.
that you may both receive praise for your good works, and the Lord may not be blasphemed through you. Benjamin Whichcote. Humility, Mind, Body. 2 Copy quote.The Rev. Prof. Ralph Cudworth FRS ( – 26 June ) was an English Anglican clergyman, Christian Hebraist, classicist, theologian and philosopher, and a leading figure among the Cambridge Platonists.
From a family background embedded in the early nonconformist environment of Emmanuel College where he studied (–45), he became 11th Regius Professor of Hebrew (–88), 26th Alma mater: University of Cambridge: .CUDWORTH, RALPH(–) Ralph Cudworth was one of the leading figures among the Cambridge Platonists, a group of seventeenth-century philosopher theologians.
He was born in Aller, Somerset, to a minister who had been a fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Source for information on Cudworth, Ralph (–): Encyclopedia of Philosophy dictionary.