Two treatises: in the one of which, the nature of bodies; in the other, the nature of mans soul, is looked into: in way of discovery of the immortality of reasonable souls ...
Digby, Kenelm, Sir
|London, John Williams, 1658|
|Sir Kenelm Digby was an eccentric British intellectual, who pursued many different and varied courses of study. The present volume is his work on natural philosophy. "Of Bodies," the first of the two treatises is generally regarded as his most important work, and was widely read.|
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