Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Henry More" by John Henry

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Major Works by More

  • Psychodia Platonica; or, a Platonicall Song of the Soul, consisting of foure severall poems (Cambridge, 1642).
  • Democritus Platonissans; or, an Essay upon the Infinity of Worlds out of Platonick Principles (Cambridge, 1646).
  • Philosophicall Poems (Cambridge, 1647).
  • [Alazonomastix Philalethes], Observations upon Anthroposophia Theomagica and Anima Magica Abscondita [by Eugenius Philalethes, i.e. Thomas Vaughan] (London, 1650).
  • [Alazonomastix Philalethes], The Second Lash of Alazonomastix: Conteining a Solid and Serious Reply to a very uncivill Answer to certain Observations upon Anthroposophia Theomagica… (London, 1651).
  • An Antidote Against Atheism, Or an Appeal to the Natural Faculties of the Mind of Man, whether there be not a God (London, 1653). Enlaged second edition, with an appendix (London, 1655). (Scholar)
  • Conjectura Cabbalistica: Or, A conjectural Essay of interpreting the minde of Moses according to a threefold Cabbala, viz., literal, philosophical, mystical, or divinely moral (London, 1653).
  • Enthusiasmus Triumphatus, Or, A Discourse of the Nature, Causes, Kinds, and Cure, of Enthusiasme… (London, 1656).
  • The Immortality of the Soul, So farre forth as it is demonstrable from the Knowledge of Nature and the Light of Reason (London, 1659).
  • An Explanation of the Grand Mystery of Godliness… (London, 1660).
  • A Collection of Severall Philosophical Writings of Dr Henry More… (London, 1662).
  • A Modest Inquiry into the Mystery of Iniquity, The First Part, Containing a Careful and Impartial Delineation of the True Idea of Antichristianism… (London, 1664).
  • Synopsis Prophetica; or, The Second Part of the Enquiry into the Mystery of Iniquity: Containing a Compendious Prospect into Those Prophecies of the Holy Scripture, wherein The Reign of Antichrist… is prefigured or foretold (London, 1664).
  • The Apology of Dr Henry More… wherein is contained As Well a more General Account of the Manner and Scope of his Writings, As A Particular Explication of several Passages in his Grand Mystery of Godliness (London, 1664).
  • Enchiridion Ethicum, praecipua moralis philosophiae rudimenta complectens… (London, 1667).
  • Divine Dialogues, Containing sundry Disquisitions and Instructions Concerning the Attributes and Providence of God in the World… 2 vols (London, 1668).
  • An Exposition of the Seven Epistles to the Seven Churches… (London, 1669).
  • Philosophiae Teutonicae Censura… (London, 1670).
  • Enchiridion Metaphysicum; sive, de rebus incorporeia succincta & luculenta dissertatio… (London, 1671). Translated as: Henry More’s Manual of Metaphysics… with an Introduction and Notes by Alexander Jacob, 2 vols (Hildesheim: Georg Olms, 1995). (Scholar)
  • Opera omnia…, 3 vols (London, 1675–79).
  • Remarks upon two late ingenious Discourses: the one, an Essay touching the Gravitation and non-Gravitation of Fluid Bodies; the other, touching the Torricellian Experiment by Sir Matthew Hale, so far as they may concern any passages in his Enchiridion Metaphysicum (London, 1676).
  • Apocalypsis apocalypseos; or, the Revelation of St John the Divine unveiled… (London, 1680).
  • Saducismus Triumphatus: or, Full and Plain Evidence concerning Witches and Apparitions. In Two Parts. The First reating their Possibility; The Second of their Real Existence (London, 1681, expanded 1682).
  • Two Choice and Useful Treatises: the one Lux Orientalis; Or An Enquiry into the Opinions of the Eastern Sages Concerning the Praeexistence of Souls… [by Joseph Glanvill] The Other, A Discourse of Truth, By the late Reverend Dr. Rust… with Annotations on them both (London, 1682). More’s annotations are separately paginated—reference in article is to his annotations. (Scholar)
  • A Collection of Several Philosophical Writings… the Fourth Edition, corrected and much enlarged, London, 1712.

Other Primary Sources

  • Baxter, Richard, 1682, Of the immortality of mans soule, and the nature of it and other spirits. Two discourses: one in a letter to an unknown doubter; the other in reply to Dr Henry More’s animadversions on a private letter to him… London. (Scholar)
  • Boyle, Robert, 1999, “An Hydrostatical discourse occasion’d by some objections of Dr H. More in his Enchiridion Metaphysicum” [1672], in Boyle, R., 1999, The Works of Robert Boyle, edited by M. Hunter and E. B. Davis, volume 7, London: Pickering and Chatto. (Scholar)
  • Boyle, Robert, 2000, Free Enquiry into the Vulgarly Received Notion of Nature [1686], in Boyle, R., 2000, The Works of Robert Boyle, edited by M. Hunter and E. B. Davis, volume 10, London: Pickering and Chatto. (Scholar)
  • Charleton, Walter, 1652, Darknes of Atheism dispelled by the Light of Nature, London. (Scholar)
  • Conway, Anne, 1996, The Principles of the Most Ancient and Modern Philosophy, edited by Allison P. Coudert and Taylor Corse, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Scholar)
  • Descartes, René, 1649, Discourse of a Method, for the well-guiding of reason, and the discovery of truth in the sciences…, London. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1966, Oeuvres, C. Adam and P. Tannery (eds.), Paris: Vrin. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1991, The Philosophical Writings of Descartes, Volume 3, The Correspondence, edited and translated by J. Cottingham, R. Stoothoff, D. Murdoh and A. Kenny, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Scholar)
  • Digby, Kenelm, 1644, Two Treatises: in the one of which, the nature of bodies, in the other, the nature of man’s soule, is looked into …, Paris. (Scholar)
  • Hale, Mathew, 1676, Remarks upon Two Late Ingenious Discourses: The One an Essay Touching the gravitation and non-Gravitation of Fluid Bodies, the Other, Observations touching the Torricellian Experiment, so far forth as they may Concern Any Passages in His Enchiridion Metaphysicum, London: Walter Kettilby. (Scholar)
  • Newton, Isaac, [1687, 1713] 1999, The Principia: Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy, translated by I. B. Cohen and Anne Whitman, Berkeley: University of California Press. (Scholar)
  • Nicolson, M. H. (ed.), 1992, The Conway Letters: The Correspondence of Anne, Viscountess Conway, Henry More, and their Friends, 1642–1684 [1930], reissued with additional material and an introduction by Sarah Hutton, Oxford: Clarendon Press. (Scholar)
  • Oldenburg, Henry, [1671–1672] 1971, Correspondence (Volume 8), edited by A. R Hall and M. B. Hall, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press. (Scholar)
  • Parker, Samuel, A Free and Impartial Censure of the Platonick Philosophie, Oxford, 1666.
  • Voltaire, [1759] 2005, Candide, or Optimism, translated by Burton Raffel, New Haven: Yale University Press. (Scholar)
  • Vaughan, Thomas, 1984, The works of Thomas Vaughan, edited by Alan Rudrum, Oxford: Clarendon Press. (Scholar)
  • Ward, Richard, 2000, The Life of Henry More (Parts 1 and 2), edited by Sarah Hutton, Cecil Courney, Michelle Courtney, Robert Crocker and A. Rupert Hall, Dordrecht: Kluwer. (Scholar)

Secondary Sources

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