A Vindication of Mr. Locke, from the Charge of Giving Encouragement to Scepticism and Infidelity, and from Several Other Mistakes and Objections of the Learned Author of The Procedure, Extent, and Limits of Human Understanding [i.e. Peter Browne, Bp. of Cork and Ross].: In Six Dialogues. Wherein is Likewise Enquired, Whether Mr. Locke's True Opinion of the Soul's Immateriality was Not Mistaken by ... Mons. Leibnitz ...
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