INDEX

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Abbott, Thomas Kingsmill 270 , 276 ;
Sight and Touch276 ;
Graham's critique of 276 -7
'About the Excellency and Grounds of the Mechanical Hypothesis' (Boyle) 53
Academy of Projectors, the 161 -3
Account of Denmark as it was in the year 1692 (Molesworth) 169
'Account of the Connaught Worm' (Molyneux) 70
Adamnán 49
Aesop's Fables148
affirmative theology 26 - 27
African Doctor, the see Augustine of Hippo, St
Age of Reason (Paine) 216
alchemists 62 , 64 , 65 , 66 ;
alchemy 62 , 64 , 67 , 68
Alciphron; or the Minute Philosopher (Berkeley) 138 -43
Alexander, Peter 65
Alldritt, Keith 294
American colonies, the: Burke on 189 , 196 -7;
Hutcheson and 187
'Among School Children' (Yeats) 297
Amuary of Bène 40
analogy, argument from 99 - 105 , 107
Anam Chara (O'Donoghue) 300
Anarchical Fallacies (Bentham) 216
Anderson, Carol Susan 17
Anglo-Irish ascendancy, the 68 , 82 , 125 , 214
Anglo-Norman colony, the 45 , 46
Anstey, Peter 67
Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs, An (Burke) 190 , 200 -1
Appeal of One Half the Human Race (Thompson and Wheeler) 232 -6
Appeal on Behalf of the Poor, An (MacCormac) 230
Aquinas, St Thomas 42 -3, 293
Argument against Abolishing Christianity in England, An (Swift) 157
Argument on Behalf of the Catholics of Ireland, An (Tone) 209 -10
Arian heresy, the 121
Aristotle 27 , 42 , 43 , 55 , 63 , 79 , 80 , 147 , 149 , 185 , 252 , 253 , 312 ;
Aristotelianism 51 , 55 -7, 64 , 78 , 79 , 80 , 81
Arkins, Brian 296
Armachanus see Fitzralph, Richard
Arnold, Matthew xiv , 267
'Article on Government' (Encyclopaedia Britannica) (Mill) 233
Ashe, St George 69
Aspiring Adept, The (Principe) 68

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgements xvii
  • 1 - Interpreting Marvels 1
  • 2 - The Philosophy of Creation 18
  • 3 - Nature Observed 45
  • 4 - John Toland and the Ascendancy of Reason 82
  • 5 - Wonderfully Mending the World 124
  • 6 - Against the Selfish Philosophers 168
  • 7 - Peripheral Visions (1) 214
  • 8 - Peripheral Visions (2) 241
  • 9 - Between Extremities 285
  • Bibliography 321
  • Index 348
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