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- 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…
- 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
- An Explanation of the Grand Mystery of Godliness…
- 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,
- 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
- 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,
- 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.
- 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” , 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 , 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)
- –––, 1991, The Philosophical Writings of Descartes,
Volume 3, The Correspondence, edited and translated by J.
Cottingham, R. Stoothoff, D. Murdoh and A. Kenny. Cambridge. (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)
- Nicolson, M. H. (ed.), 1992, The Conway Letters: The
Correspondence of Anne, Viscountess Conway, Henry More, and their
Friends, 1642–1684 , reissued with additional material and
an introduction by Sarah Hutton, Oxford: Clarendon Press. (Scholar)
- Oldenburg, Henry, Correspondence, edited by A. R Hall and
M. B. Hall, volume 8, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1971.
- Parker, Samuel, A Free and Impartial Censure of the Platonick
Philosophie, Oxford, 1666.
- 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)
- Almond, P. C., 1993, “Henry More and the Apocalypse”, Journal of the History of Ideas, 54: 189–200. (Scholar)
- Cassirer, E., 1953, The Platonic Renaissance in England, translated by J. P. Pettigrove, Edinburgh: Nelson. (Scholar)
- Copenhaver, B. P., 1980, “Jewish Theologies of Space in the Scientific Revolution: Henry More, Joseph Raphson, Isaac Newton and their Predecessors”, Annals of Science, 37: 489–548. (Scholar)
- Coudert, A. P., 1990, “Henry More and Witchcraft”, in
Hutton (ed.), Henry More (1614–1687), pp. 115–36. (Scholar)
- –––, 1992, “Henry More, the Kabbalah, and the
Quakers”, in R. Kroll, R. Ashcraft, and P. Zagorin
(eds), Philosophy, Science, and Religion in England,
1640–1700,Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 31–67. (Scholar)
- Cristofolini, P., 1974, Cartesiani e sociniani: Studio su Henry More, Urbino: Argalia. (Scholar)
- Crocker, R., 1990, “Mysticism and Enthusiasm in Henry
More”, in Hutton (ed.), Henry More (1614–1687), pp.
- –––, 2003, Henry More, 1614–1687: A Biography of the Cambridge Platonist, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic. (Scholar)
- Gabbey, A., 1982, “Philosophia Cartesiana Triumphata:
Henry More (1646–1671)”, in N. Davis and T. Lennon
(eds), Problems of Cartesianism, Toronto: McGill-Queens
University Press, pp. 171–250. (Scholar)
- –––, 1990, “Henry More and the Limits of
Mechanism”, in Hutton (ed.), Henry More (1614–1687), pp.
- –––, 1992, “Cudworth, More, and the Mechanical
Analogy”, in R. Kroll, R. Ashcraft, and P. Zagorin
(eds), Philosophy, Science, and Religion in England,
1640–1700, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 109–27. (Scholar)
- Grant, E., 1981, Much Ado About Nothing: Theories of Space and Vacuum from the Middle Ages to the Scientific Revolution, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Scholar)
- Grobet, L. B., 2010, “Is Descartes aMaterialist? The Descartes-More Controversy about the Universe as Indefinite”,Dialogue, 49: 517–26. (Scholar)
- Guinsberg, A. M., 1980, “Henry More, Thomas Vaughan and the
Late Renaissance Magical Tradition”, Ambix, 27:
- Hall, A. R., 1990, Henry More: Magic, Religion, and
Experiment,Oxford: Basil Blackwell. Reissued as Henry More and
the Scientific Revolution,Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,
- Henry, J., 1986, “A Cambridge Platonist’s Materialism: Henry
More and the Concept of Soul”, Journal of the Warburg and
Courtauld Institutes, 49: 172–95. (Scholar)
- –––, 1987, “Medicine and Pneumatology: Henry More,
Richard Baxter and Francis Glisson’s Treatise on the Energetic
Nature of Substance”, Medical History, 31:
- –––, 1989, “The Matter of Souls: Medical Theory and Theology in Seventeenth-Century England”, in R. K. French and A. Wear (eds), The Medical Revolution in the Seventeenth Century, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 87–113. (Scholar)
- –––, 1990, “Henry More versus Robert Boyle: The
Spirit of Nature and the Nature of Providence”, in Hutton (ed.),
Henry More (1614–1687), pp. 55–76. (Scholar)
- –––, 1993, “Henry More and Newton’s Gravity”,
History of Science, 31: 83–97. (Scholar)
- –––, 2011, “Omnipotence and Thinking Matter: John Locke and the Use of Reason in Religion”, in D. Giovannozzi and M. Veneziani (eds), Materia, Atti del XIII Colloquio Internazionale del Lessico Intelletuale Europeo (Roma, 7–9 gennaio, 2010), Florence: Leo S. Olschki, pp. 357–79. (Scholar)
- Hutton, S., 1984, “Reason and Revelation in the Cambridge
Platonists, and their Reception of Spinoza”, in K. Gründer
and W. Schmidt-Biggeman (eds), Spinoza in der Frühzeit seiner
Religiösen Wirkung, Heidelberg: Lambert Schneider. (Scholar)
- ––– (ed.), 1990, Henry More (1614–1687): Tercentenary
Studies, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. (Scholar)
- ––– (ed.), 1994, “Henry More and the Apocalypse”, in M. Wilks (ed.), Prophecy and Eschatology, Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 131–40. (Scholar)
- –––, 2004, Anne Conway: A Woman Philosopher, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Scholar)
- Koyré, A., 1957, From the Closed World to the Infinite Universe, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. (Scholar)
- Leech, D., 2013, The Hammer of the Cartesians: Henry More’s Philosophy of Spirit and the Origins of Modern Atheism, Leuwen: Peeters. (Scholar)
- Reid, J., 2003, “Henry More on Material and Spiritual Extension”, Dialogue, 42: 531–58. (Scholar)
- –––, 2007, “The Evolution of Henry More’s Theory of Divine Absolute Space”, Journal of the History of Philosophy, 45: 79–102. (Scholar)
- –––, 2008, “The Spatial Presence of Spirits among the Cartesians”, Journal of the History of Philosophy, 46: 91–118. (Scholar)
- –––, 2012, The Metaphysics of Henry More, Dordrecht: Springer. (Scholar)
- Sailor, D. B., 1964, “Moses and Atomism”, Journal of the History of Ideas, 25: 3–16. (Scholar)
- Scott, A., 1991, Origen and the Life of the Stars: A History of
an Idea , Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Scholar)
- Tulloch, J. H., 1874, Rational Theology and Christian Philosophy in England in the Seventeenth Century, 2 vols., Edinburgh. (Scholar)
- Walker, D. P., 1964, The Decline of Hell: Seventeenth Century Discussions of Eternal Torment, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul. (Scholar)
- –––, 1972, The Ancient Theology: Studies in Christian Platonism from the Fifteenth to the Eighteenth Century, London: Duckworth. (Scholar)
- Webster, C., 1969, “Henry More and Descartes: Some New sources”, British Journal for the History of Science, 4: 359–77. (Scholar)