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|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
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|| Introduction: the importance of deist theology -- The meaning of 1689: politics and theology, 1694 -1700 -- The issue of succession: politics and theology, 1701-09 -- Matter, motion, and Newtonian public science, 1695-1714 -- The spectre of High Church:politics and theology, 1709-19 -- Matter, motion, and Newtonian public science, 1720-41 -- The age of Walpole: politics and theology, 1720-41 -- Conclusion: radical no more.
|| This complete study of English deists as a group argues for a new interpretation of deism in the English Enlightenment. With extensive analysis of less known figures such as Anthony Collins, Matthew Tindal, Thomas Chubb, and Thomas Morgan, it offers a broader assessment of what deism entitled in the 18th century.
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