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 More, HannahMore, Sir Thomas 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
More, Henry
(b. Grantham, October 12th, 1614; d. September 1st, 1687). “Psychodia” (1642), “Philosophical Poems” (1647); “Philosophical Writings,” containing “An Antidote against Atheism,” “Enthusiasmus Triumphatus,” “Letters to Des Cartes,” “Immortality of the Soul,” “Conjectura Cabalistica” (1662); “Theological Works,” containing “An Explanation of the Grand Mystery of Godliness,” “An Inquiry into the Mystery of Iniquity,” “A Prophetical Exposition of the Seven Churches in Asia,” “A Discourse of the Grounds of Faith in Points of Religion,” “An Antidote against Idolatry,” and “Some Divine Hymns” (1708); “Divine Dialogues,” containing “Disquisitions concerning the Attributes and Providence of God” (1743), “Discourses on Several Texts of Scripture” (1692), “Enchiridion Ethicum” (1668), and “Enchiridion Metaphysicum” (1671). The Life of More was published by R. Ward in 1710. See Tulloch’s “Rational Theology and Christian Philosophy in the XVIIth Century,” and Vaughan’s “Half-hours with the Mystics.”   1

 More, HannahMore, Sir Thomas 


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