The Treatment of Christian doctrine by philosophers of the natural light from Descartes to Berkeley

BookThe Treatment of Christian doctrine by philosophers of the natural light from Descartes to Berkeley

The Treatment of Christian doctrine by philosophers of the natural light from Descartes to Berkeley

Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment, 252

1988

January 1st, 1988

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Table of Contents
Section TitlePagePrice
Cover1
Title Page4
Copyright Page5
Contents6
Introduction8
The natural light8
Common sense11
The Trinity15
The eucharist18
Descartes22
Good sense22
Philosophy28
The Trinity32
Transubstantiation34
Spinoza39
Philosophy39
The fall45
Christ47
Transubstantiation50
The Holy Spirit51
Malebranche53
Philosophy53
The fall64
Original sin68
Christ72
The eucharist78
Leibniz85
Philosophy86
Reason and faith93
Christ101
The Trinity107
The eucharist116
Locke130
Innate ideas133
Ideas136
Knowledge and probability143
Reason and faith150
The eucharist154
Original sin156
Unitarianism157
The controversy with Stillingfleet164
Buffier171
Common sense172
Religion181
Berkeley185
Philosophy185
Siris194
Religion196
Conclusion202
Philosophy202
Reason and faith207
Original sin and the fall211
Christ and the Trinity214
The eucharist217
Philosophy and theology221
Bibliography224
Index230