A Discourse Of Things Above Reason· Inquiring Whether A Philosopher Should Admit There Are Any Such. By A Fellow Of The Royal Society· To Which Are An by Fellow Of The Same SocietyA Discourse Of Things Above Reason· Inquiring Whether A Philosopher Should Admit There Are Any Such. By A Fellow Of The Royal Society· To Which Are An by Fellow Of The Same Society

A Discourse Of Things Above Reason· Inquiring Whether A Philosopher Should Admit There Are Any Such…

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A discourse of things above reason· Inquiring whether a philosopher should admit there are any such. By a Fellow of the Royal Society· To which are annexed by the publisher some advices about judging of things said to transcend reason
Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691.
Fellow of the same Society.
Part 1 is by Robert Boyle; the authorship of part 2 is not established.
"Advices in judging of things said to transcend reason" (caption title) begins new pagination on 2A1.
In this issue, p.100 has 22 lines of text; last line reads "ciples of cosmography.".
[4], 94, [2], 100 p.
London : printed by E.T. and R.H. for Jonathan Robinson at the Golden Lion in S. Paul's Church-Yard, 1681.
Fulton, J. Boyle, 144. /
Wing (2nd ed., 1994) / B3945
English
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library


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Title:A Discourse Of Things Above Reason· Inquiring Whether A Philosopher Should Admit There Are Any Such…Format:PaperbackDimensions:210 pages, 7.44 × 9.69 × 0.44 inPublished:December 13, 2010Publisher:EEBO Editions, ProQuestLanguage:English

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