The Philosophy of John Norris

Hardcover | June 26, 2008

byW. J. Mander

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Best known today as one of the earliest critics of John Locke, John Norris (1657-1711) incorporated ideas of Augustine, Malebranche, Plato, the Cambridge Platonists, and the scholastics into an original synthesis that was highly influential on the philosophy and theology of his day. W. J.Mander presents a much-needed study of this unjustly neglected thinker, and the different perspectives he offers on this seminal period in philosophical history.

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Best known today as one of the earliest critics of John Locke, John Norris (1657-1711) incorporated ideas of Augustine, Malebranche, Plato, the Cambridge Platonists, and the scholastics into an original synthesis that was highly influential on the philosophy and theology of his day. W. J.Mander presents a much-needed study of this unju...

W. J. Mander teaches philosophy at Harris Manchester College. He has published extensively on the history of British Idealism.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:208 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 0.72 inPublished:June 26, 2008Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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PREFACE1. LIFE, WORK, AND INFLUENCES2. METAPHYSICS3. KNOWLEDGE4. FAITH AND REASON5. LOVE6. CONTROVERSY WITH LOCKE7. CONCLUDING REMARKSBIBLIOGRAPHY