Solid Philosophy Asserted, Against the Fancies of the Ideists: Or, The Method to Science Farther Illustrated. With Reflexions on Mr. Locke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding
Roger Clavil at the Peacock, Abel Roper at the Black Boy, both in Fleetstreet, and Thomas Metcalf, over against Earl's-Court in Drury-Lane, 1697 - Enlightenment - 444 pages
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