William Paley

Portrait by [[George Romney (painter)|George Romney]] William Paley (July 174325 May 1805) was an English clergyman, Christian apologist, philosopher, and utilitarian. He is best known for his natural theology exposition of the teleological argument for the existence of God in his work ''Natural Theology or Evidences of the Existence and Attributes of the Deity'', which made use of the watchmaker analogy. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Paley, William
Published 1831
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by Paley, William
Published 1831
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by Paley, William
Published 1831
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by Paley, William
Published 1806
Printed for R. Faulder

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by Paley, William
Published 1822
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by Paley, William
Published 1840
J.S. Littell

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by Paley, William
Published 1794
printed for R. Faulder, New Bond-Street

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by Paley, William
Published 1793
Printed and sold at No. 15, Paliament-Street

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by Paley, William
Published 1800
printed by J. Davis, Chancery Lane; for R. Faulder, New Bond Street

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by Paley, William
Published 1790
Printed for W. M'kenzie, J. Moore, A. Grueber, W. Jones, J. Milliken, and R. White

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by Paley, William
Published 1794
Printed by Thomas Dobson, at the stone-house, no 41, South Second-Street

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by Paley, William
Published 1795
Printed by Samuel Etheridge, for J. White, Thomas & Andrews, E. Larkin, W.P. Blake, J. West & J. Boyle

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by Paley, William
Published 1795
Printed by Manning & Loring, for S. Hall, W. Spotswood, J. White, Thomas & Andrews, D. West, E. Larkin, W.P. Blake, and J. West

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by Paley, William
Published 1793
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by Paley, William
Published 1793
Printed for R. Faulder

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by Paley, William
Published 1785
Printed for R. Faulder

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by Paley, William
Published 1812
J. Butterworth

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by Paley, William
Published 1786
Printed by J. Davis, for R. Faulder