|←Author Index: Mo||Henry More
- A Collection of Several Philosophical Writings of Dr. Henry More (transcription project)
- The Preface General
- An Antidote Against Atheism (with An Appendix)
- Enthusiasmus Triumphatus
- Continentur in hac parte: (Correspondence, in Latin, with Claude Clerselier, Rene Descartes and V. C.)
- Epistola Claudii Clerselier ad H. Morum
- Responsum H. Mori ad Epistolam Claudii Clerselier
- Epistola Prima H. Mori ad R. Cartesium
- Responsum R. Cartesii ad Epistolam Primum H. Mori
- Epistola Secunda H. Mori ad R. Cartesium
- Responsum R. Cartesii ad Epistolam Secundam H. Mori
- Epistola Tertia H. Mori ad R. Cartesium
- Epistola Quarta H. Mori ad R. Cartesium
- Fragmentum Resp. R. Cartesii ad Epist. Tertiam H. Mori
- Responsum H. Mori ad Fragmentum Cartesium
- Epistola H. Mori ad V. C.
- The Immortality of the Soul
- Conjectura Cabbalistica
- Defence of the Threefold Cabbula
Works about More
- “More, Henry (1614-1687),” in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885–1900) in 63 vols.
- “More, Henry” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911
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