Author:Isaac Taylor (1787-1865)

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Isaac Taylor
British philosophical and historical writer, artist, and inventor
Isaac Taylor


  • Elements of thought; or, First lessons in the knowledge of the mind (1822)
  • History of the Transmission of Ancient Books to Modern Times (1827)
  • The process of historical proof; exemplified and explained (1828)
  • The Natural History of Enthusiasm (1829)
  • New model of Christian missions to Popish, Mahometan, and pagan nations explained in four letters to a friend (1830)
  • The temple of Melekartha (1831, in 3 volumes.
  • Saturday Evening (1832)
  • Fanaticism (1833)
  • Spiritual Despotism (1835)
  • The Physical Theory of Another Life (1836)
  • Ancient Christianity, and the doctrines of the Oxford tracts (1839-46), in 8 volumes.
  • Loyola: and Jesuitism in its rudiments (1849)
  • Wesley, and Methodism (1851);
  • The Restoration of Belief (1855), in 3 volumes.
  • The Spirit of Hebrew Poetry (1861).

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