Author:Joseph Glanvill

From Wikisource
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Joseph Glanvill
(1636–1680)
English controversialist and moral writer, cleric.
Joseph Glanvill

Works[edit]

  • Vanity of Dogmatizing (1661)
  • Saducismus Triumphatus (1700) (transcription project)
  • Lux Orientalis (1662)
  • Scepsis Scientifica (1665), including Reply to the exceptions of Thomas Albius; or scire/i tuum nihil est and Letter to a friend concerning Aristotle
  • Philosophical considerations touching Witches and Witchcraft (1666)
  • An Account of the famed disturbance by the drummer at the house of Mr. Mompesson
  • A Whip for the Droll; Fidler for the Atheist
  • Plus Ultra, or the Progress and Advancement of Knowledge since the days of Aristotle (1668)
  • The Way of Happiness, or its Difficulties and Encouragements (1670).
  • ΛOΓOΥ ΘΡHΣKEIA, or a Seasonable Recommendation and Defence of Reason in affairs of Religion against Infidelity,’ &c. (1670)
  • Philosophia Pia; a Discourse of the Religious Temper of the Experimental Philosophy professed by the Royal Society (1671)
  • A Prefatory Answer to Mr. Henry Stubbe … in his animadversions on “Plus Ultra” (1670)
  • A further discovery of Mr. Henry Stubbe (1671)
  • An Earnest Invitation to the Lord's Supper (1673)
  • Seasonable Reflections
  • Essays on several Important Subjects (1676)
  • An Essay concerning Preaching’ (with ‘A Seasonable Defence of Preaching’) (1678)
  • Some Discourses, Sermons and Remains (1681)
  • The Zealous and Impartial Protestant (1681)

Works about Glanvill[edit]

Works by this author published before January 1, 1926 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.