London: James Flesher, 1662.
Second Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition. Item #041271
Full early paneled calf, heavily worn at the corners, front board detached, weakening in spots, old seminary library spine label and bookplate. Title page in red and black, detached and worn at edges with an old ownership signature, browning, a few ink stains. Internally very good - a few minor finger smudges in margins and a handful of pencil marks to the text.
Antidote against Atheism
Appendix to the Said Antidote
Letters to Des-Cartes
Immortality of the Soul
More (1614-1687) was a Cambridge Platonist who was "notable as a rationalist theologian who tried to use the details of the mechanical philosophy, as developed by René Descartes, Robert Boyle and others, to establish the existence of immaterial substance, or spirit and, therefore, God." (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy). Conjectura Cabbalistica, notionally based on the Jewish Cabbala, contains More's digressions on the extinction of the sun, conflagration of the world, genies, animal spirits, and Thomas Hobbes.
Each section with a separate title and pagination. Size: Quarto (4to). Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Philosophy; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 041271.