1 edition of Illustrations of Paley"s Natural theology; with descriptive letter press found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Paley, William, 1743-1805|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 unnumbered leaves :|
|Number of Pages||40|
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Illustrations of Paley's Natural theology: with descriptive letter press. [James Paxton; William Paley]. Illustrations of Paley's Natural Theology With Descriptive Letter Press James Paxton; William Paley J Vincent: Oxford 9" by "  SUMMARY A selection of illustrations to support William Paley's Christian apologetic work on natural Rating: % positive.
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The Watchmaker Argument: Fredrik Bendz summarizes a number of objections to Paley's argument—most relating to the fallacy of false analogy. These illustrations of M. Taine's method might be multiplied indefinitely, but enough have surely been quoted to demonstrate how vastly more vivid and concrete is the idea of Addison, the man and the writer, gained by this method in comparison with that which was in general vogue before the publication of M.
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