Joseph Butler (1692-1752)

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Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : 18-05-1692
Death : 16-06-1752
Note :
Théologien. - Prédicateur de la Cour, évêque de Bristol (1738), puis de Durham (1750). - Auteur d'ouvrages de morale et d'apologétique
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8076 1723

Activities of Joseph Butler (1692-1752) (12)

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Joseph Butler
The works of Joseph Butler
The analogy of religion natural and revealed
Sermons
Five sermons preached at the Rolls Chapel and a Dissertation upon the nature of virtue
The Analogy of religion natural and revealed by bishop Butler. [Introduction by the rev. Ronald Bayne]
The Works of Joseph Butler,... with... some occasional notes, also prefatory matter... - Studies subsidiary to the works of bishop Butler, edited by... W. E. Gladstone. Additional Volume...
The Analogy of religion natural and revealed, to the constitution and course of nature, to which are added two brief dissertations I. on personal identity, II. on the nature of virtue, together with a charge delivered to the clergy of the diocese of Durham, at the Primary visitation, in the year 1751, by Joseph Butler. A new edition, corrected with a preface, giving some account of the character and writing of the author, by Samuel (Halifax), lord Bishop of Gloucester
L'analogie de la religion naturelle et révélée avec l'ordre et le cours de la nature
The Analogy of religion natural and revealed, to the constitution and course of nature, to which are added two brief dissertations I. on personal identity, II. on the nature of virtue, together with a charge delivered to the clergy of the diocese of Durham, at the Primary visitation, in the year 1751, by Joseph Butler. A new edition, corrected with a preface, giving some account of the character and writing of the author, by Samuel (Halifax), lord Bishop of Gloucester
The Analogy of religion natural and revealed, to the constitution and course of nature, to which are added two brief dissertations I. on personal identity, II. on the nature of virtue, together with a charge delivered to the clergy of the diocese of Durham, at the Primary visitation, in the year 1751, by Joseph Butler. A new edition, corrected with a preface, giving some account of the character and writing of the author, by Samuel (Halifax), lord Bishop of Gloucester
The Analogy of religion natural and revealed, to the constitution and course of nature, in two volumes, to the first of which are added two brief dissertations I. of personal identity, II. of the nature of virtue, by Joseph Butler,...

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Conscience, consciousness and ethics in Joseph Butler's philosophy and ministry
Studies subsidiary to the works of Bishop Butler
Joseph Butler's moral and religious thought
Bishop Butler and the age of reason
Butler
Ethik der Selbstliebe

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