The philosophy of John Norris

W.J. Mander presents this study of the English philosopher/theologian John Norris (1657-1711). Best known as a critic of John Locke, Norris incorporated ideas of Augustine Malebranche, Plato, the Cambridge Platonists, and the scholastics into an original synthesis, highly influential in his day

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Main Author: Mander, W. J.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Oxford Oxford University Press 2008, 2008
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