1849 The Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed
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This work was first published in 1736 and was the author's best known work. It rejects deism and the idea that the universe has an intelligent creator due to the fact that nature is so full of mysteries and cruelties. He used empiricism to argue that human knowledge of nature is only probable. It remains a fascinating insight into the philosophy of deism and the rejection of it.
Joseph Butler (1692-1752) was an Anglican bishop, theologian and philosopher.
In a charming fine binding.
Complete in two volumes.
In a full calf binding. Externally generally smart, with a little rubbing to the tail of the spine of volume I and a chip to the spine of volume II. Otherwise, a little general wear. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and clean.
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