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Fri Mar 21 17:11:36 2014 UTClccn-n500195940.47Platonism and cartesianism in the philosophy of Ralph Cudworth /0.811.00Some remarks on the writings of "A lover of Cudworth and truth,", and of the Rev. George B. Cheever, respecting Unitarianism, in defence of the Christian examiner, "Uniterian," and Unitarianism /39466716Ralph_Cudworthn 5001959455027C., R. (Ralph Cudworth), 1617-1688Cudworth, Rad. 1617-1688Cudworth, Radolphus 1617-1688Cudworth, Radulph 1617-1688Cudworthus, Radulphus, 1617-1688R. C. 1617-1688R. C. (Ralph Cudworth), 1617-1688lccn-n87920899Hutton, Sarah1948-lccn-n79084784Jesus Christlccn-n79061201Descartes, René1596-1650lccn-n80016994Passmore, John Arthurnp-platoPlatolccn-n99834584Hedley, Douglaslccn-n85158533Birch, Thomas1705-1766arredtlccn-n84168062Mosheim, Johann Lorenz1694?-1755trledtlccn-n84239344MariaMother1912-1977lccn-n93010870Patterson, Frank Allen1878-1944edtCudworth, Ralph1617-1688Controversial literatureSermonsCatalogsCommentariesHistorySourcesCriticism, interpretation, etcCudworth, Ralph,AtheismLord's SupperSermons, EnglishJesus ChristPlatonistsDescartes, René,PlatoChristian ethics--Anglican authorsChristian ethicsTrinityChristian lifeJesus Christ as an example to be followedInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)EnglandEthicsBible.--GalatiansChurch--FoundationChristianityPhilosophy, ModernPhilosophyBooksellers' catalogsEngland--LondonLibrariesTrinity--History of doctrinesPolitical theology--History of doctrinesCambridge PlatonistsPhilosophy, EnglishChristian life--Biblical teachingChristianity and atheismMore, Henry,ApologeticsEnglish poetrySpiritPhilosophy of nature in literatureSymbolism in literatureColeridge, Samuel Taylor,RomanticismMarriageMystical body of Jesus ChristChurch of EnglandPhilosophy of natureHooker, Richard,ReformationSouth, Robert,TheologySherlock, William,ProtestantismWallis, John,Theology, Doctrinal16171688161716421647164916511658166416701676167816791680168116851690169116931699170617151720172317311732173317371743174417701773177417951803181218131820182318291830183118321834183518371838183918401842184318451846185018521858186018641868187918841891189719001904191219301931193219351939194319511952195519601961196219641966196819691970197119721973197619771978197919801983198519861989199019921995199619972000200420052007200820102011201320146508274775241B1201ocn846496487ocn84649320484793ocn006255417book16780.76Cudworth, RalphThe true intellectual system of the universe : wherein all the reason and philosophy of atheism is confuted, and its impossibility demonstrated : with a treatise concerning eternal and immutable moralityHistoryControversial literature43735ocn002090792book17310.81Cudworth, RalphA treatise concerning eternal and immutable morality+-+513216112537235ocn009790720book16780.86Cudworth, RalphThe true intellectual system of the universe. wherein all the reason and philosophy of atheism is confuted and its impossibility demonstratedHistorySourcesControversial literature"Originally, I intended only a discourse concerning liberty and necessity, against the fatal necessity of all actions and events, which upon whatsoever ground or principles maintained, will serve the design of atheism, and undermine Christianity and all religion, as taking away all guilt and blame, punishments, and rewards, and plainly rendering a day of judgment ridiculous. But afterwards I considered that this which is indeed a controversy, concerning the true intellectual system of the universe, does, in the full extent thereof, take in other things; the necessity of all actions and events being maintained by several person, upon very different grounds, according to tripartite fatalism. First, the democritic fate is nothing but the material necessity of all things without a God"--Preface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved)33911ocn034357846book19960.79Cudworth, RalphA treatise concerning eternal and immutable morality : with A treatise of freewillWith A Treatise of Freewill+-+971829670527311ocn002224048book16470.84Cudworth, RalphA sermon preached before the House of commons, March 31, 1647, reproduced from the original editionSermons17529ocn012233723book16470.88Cudworth, RalphA sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons at Westminster, March 31, 1647Sermons17417ocn011927374book16760.92Cudworth, RalphA discourse concerning the true notion of the Lord's Supper to which are added two sermons on I John chap. 2 ver. 3,4 [and] I Corinth. 15, 57Criticism, interpretation, etcSermons1658ocn062808704com17700.81Cudworth, RalphA discourse concerning the evidences of our knowing Christ"This discourse was preached before the House of Commons, March 31, 1647"--Pref16214ocn011914918book16420.86Cudworth, RalphA discourse concerning the true notion of the Lords Supper1469ocn018176808book16640.92Cudworth, RalphA sermon preached to the honourable Society of Lincolns-InneSermons1228ocn012743611book16420.93Cudworth, RalphThe union of Christ and the church, in a shadow1203ocn006933346book18380.76Cudworth, RalphThe true intellectual system of the universe: wherein all the reason and philosophy of atheism is confuted, and its impossibility demonstrated. A treatise on immutable morality; with a discourse concerning the true notion of the Lord's supper: and two sermons on 1. John 2: 3, 4, and 1. Cor. 15: 27Controversial literature11810ocn642433014file17320.73Cudworth, RalphAn abridgment of Dr. Cudworth's True intellectual system of the universe. In which all the arguments for and against atheism are clearly stated and examined. To which is prefix'd, An Examination of what that learned Person advanc'd touching the Doctrine of a Trinity in Unity, and the Resurrection of the Body. In two volumes1156ocn642483781com17440.73Cudworth, RalphThe life of Christ the pith and kernel of all religion a sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons, at Westminster, March 31. 1647. by R. Cudworth, B.DSermons1028ocn216863019com16040.76Perkins, WilliamA commentarie or exposition, vpon the fiue first chapters of the Epistle to the Galatians: penned by the godly, learned, and iudiciall diuine, Mr. W. Perkins. Now published for the benefit of the Church, and continued with a supplement vpon the sixt chapter, by Rafe Cudworth Bachelour of DiuinitieCommentaries986ocn216887831com16170.70Perkins, WilliamA commentarie, or, exposition vpon the fiue first chapters of the Epistle to the Galatians: penned by the godly, learned, and iudicious diuine, Mr. William Perkins. Now published for the benefit of the Church, and continued with a supplement vpon the sixt chapter, by Ralfe Cudworth Bachelour of DiuinitieCommentaries766ocn767475769file16700.81Cudworth, RalphA discourse concerning the true notion of the Lord's Supper. To which are added two sermons on I John ch. 2 vers. 3,4. I Corinth. 15.57. By R. Cudworth, D.DSermons704ocn024727608book16910.90Millington, EdwardBibliotheca Cudworthiana, sive, Catalogus variorum librorum plurimis facultatibus : insignium bibliothecæ instructissimæ Rev. Doct. Dr. Cudworth, S.T.P., Coll. Christi apud Cantab. nuperrimè præfecti quorum auctio habenda est Londini, apud domum appellatam Rolls Coffee-house, in cœmeterio Divi Pauli, secundo die Februarii, 1690/1Catalogs684ocn034726511book19950.73Cudworth, RalphTraité de morale : "Traité concernant la morale éternelle et immuable" et Traité du libre arbitre6712ocn228098646book17060.86Cudworth, RalphA confutation of the reason and philosophy of atheism being in a great measure either an abridgment or an improvement of what Dr. Cudworth offer'd to that purpose in his True intellectual system of the universe. ... In two volumes. By Tho. Wise B.D.40312ocn000371274book19510.73Passmore, John ArthurRalph Cudworth3933ocn232363340file20080.76Hedley, DouglasPlatonism at the origins of modernity studies on Platonism and early modern philosophyCriticism, interpretation, etcThis collection of essays offers an overview of the range and breadth of Platonic philosophy in the early modern period, examining both the philosophers of Platonic tradition (e.g. Cusanus, Ficino, and Cudworth), and the impact of Platonism on major philosophers of the period (especially Descartes, Leibniz, Locke, Shaftesbury and Berkeley). By demonstrating the vitality of the Platonic tradition in the period this collection challenges the received view that Platonism made little or no contribution in the emergence of modern philosophy+-+81591575962275ocn001298765book19620.88MariaPlatonism and Cartesianism in the philosophy of Ralph Cudworth749ocn003668224book18840.86Lowrey, Charles EThe philosophy of Ralph Cudworth. A study of The true intellectual system of the universe553ocn691854022book20110.86Carter, Benjamin'The little commonwealth of man' : the Trinitarian origins of the ethical and political philosophy of Ralph CudworthHistoryThis book presents a contextual study of the life and work of the Cambridge Platonist Ralph Cudworth (1617-1688). Focusing on the theological basis of Cudworth's ethical philosophy, this book unlocks the hitherto ignored political aspect to Cudworth's ethical philosophy. Through a detailed examination of Cudworth's published works - particularly his voluminous "True intellectual system of the Universe" -, his posthumously published writings, and his 'freewill' manuscripts Benjamin Carter argues that the ethical and political arguments in Cudworth's philosophy develop out of Cudworth's Trinitarian theology. Carter traces the link between Cudworth's trinitarianism and his ethical and political ideas by placing Cudworth's work in the turbulent religious and intellectual context of seventeenth-century England, and the University of Cambridge in particular+-+8967747954324402ocn010732454book19430.84Aspelin, GunnarRalph Cudworth's interpretation of Greek philosophy; a study in the history of English philosophical ideas343ocn000663171book19730.84MariaRalph Cudworth, mystical thinker: a monograph313ocn066533681book19620.47MariaPlatonism and cartesianism in the philosophy of Ralph Cudworth312ocn867741092file16930.88Nye, StephenConsiderations on the explications of the doctrine of the Trinity by Dr. Wallis, Dr. Sherlock, Dr. S-th, Dr. Cudworth, and Mr. Hooker as also on the account given by those that say the Trinity is an unconceivable and inexplicable mystery222ocn176649003book20080.63Flores, CristinaPlastic intellectual breeze : the contribution of Ralph Cudworth to S.T. Coleridge's early poetics of the symbolCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+2729664858221ocn021970903book19860.66Walker, D. PIl concetto di spirito o anima in Henry More e Ralph CudworthHistory222ocn009460181book19350.88Beyer, JosephRalph Cudworth als Ethiker, Staatsphilosoph und Aesthetiker auf Grund der gedruckten Schriften192ocn009739590book19040.92Huebsch, Daniel ARalph Cudworth; ein englischer Religionsphilosoph des siebenzehnten Jahrhunderts162ocn000974023book18600.92Janet, PaulEssai sur le médiateur plastique de Cudworth112ocn067225845book20040.97Lotti, BrunelloRalph Cudworth e l'idea di natura plasticaHistory61ocn015482804book16850.98Turner, JohnA discourse concerning the Messias, in three chapters ... To which is prefixed a large preface, asserting and explaining the doctrine of the blessed Trinity ... And an appendix is subjoyned concerning the divine extension wherein the existence of a God is undeniably proved, and the main principles of Cartesianism and atheism overthrown61ocn043532894book19300.47Cudworth, RalphRalph Cudworth : a sermon preached before the House of Commons, March 31, 164751ocn045864758book20000.97Raube, SławomirDeus explicatus : stworzenie i Bóg w myśli Ralpha CudworthaHistory52ocn002275142book19700.86Lowery, William RaymondJohn Milton, Henry More, and Ralph Cudworth : a study in patterns of thought41ocn843771790book18341.00Prince, JohnSome remarks on the writings of "A lover of Cudworth and truth,", and of the Rev. George B. Cheever, respecting Unitarianism, in defence of the Christian examiner, "Uniterian," and UnitarianismControversial literature+-+9718296705+-+9718296705Fri Mar 21 15:37:03 EDT 2014batch34735