1711 Samuel Clarke Existence & Attributes of God English Philosophy 2in1
Samuel Clarke was a 17th-century English philosopher known for his treatises concerning the attributes of God. Clarke spent much of his career demonstrating the existence of God, a stance that would spur a debate in Great Britain. Two of Clarke’s works that were written to help his views were ‘A Demonstration of the Being and Attributes of God’ and ‘A Discourse Concerning the Attributes of God’ – both of which were printed together in 1711 by Botham.
Item number: #6460
A demonstration of the being and attributes of God: more particularly in answer to Mr. Hobbs, Spinoza, and their followers; wherein the notion of LIBERTY is stated…A discourse concerning the being and attributes of God: the obligations of natural religion, and the truth and certainty of the Christian revelation. In answer to Mr Hobbs, Spinoza, the Author of the Oracles of Reason, and other Deniers of Natural and Revealed Religion. Being sixteen sermons Preach'd at the Cathedral-Church of St Paul, in the Years 1704, and 1705. at the Lecture Founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle Esq; By Samuel Clarke, D.D. Rector of St James's Westminster, and Chaplain in Ordinary to Her Majesty.
London: Printed by Will. Botham; For James Knapton, at the Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1711.
Collation: Complete with all pages; 2 works in 1
‘A Demonstration of the being and attributes of God’
‘A Discourse concerning the Unchangeable Obligations of Natural Religion’.
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Thomas Barber, May 26th, 1798
Binding: Leather; tight & secure
Size: ~7.75in X 5in (20cm x 12.5cm)
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