Divine Dialogues, Containing Sundry Disquisitions & Instructions Concerning the Attributes and Providence of God . . . Collected and Compiled by the Care and Industry of F. P. HENRY MORE.

Divine Dialogues, Containing Sundry Disquisitions & Instructions Concerning the Attributes and Providence of God . . . Collected and Compiled by the Care and Industry of F. P.

Publisher: London: Printed by James Flesher, 1668.
Edition: First edition, one of two issues.
Bibliographical References: ESTC R17163; Wing M2650; NCBEL I, 2335.
Condition: Title-page a little dust-soiled; some smudges in the text; edges and spine skillfully repaired; very good copy.
Book ID: 28371

Description

12mo, contemporary sprinkled calf rebacked to style, red leather spine label, gilt lettering. Title-page in red and black.

Comments

A philosophical-theological discussion in three dialogues between Cuphophron, Hylobares, Philopolis, Sophron and other Greek-named interlocutors by the poet, theologian and philosopher Henry More (1614-1687), published under the pseudonym Franciscus Evistor Palaeopolitanus, though in this earlier issue only the initials F. P. are on the title-page. Among the subjects discussed is the validity of the verses of Lucretius.

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