Matho, or The cosmotheoria puerilis

in ten dialogues wherein, from the phaenomena of the material world briefly explained, the principles of natural religion are deduced and demonstrated : the whole accommodated to the capacities and intended for the information of young students
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Statementby the late learned and ingenious author of the Essay on the human soul.
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Matho - Or, the Cosmotheoria Puerilis, a Dialogue. in Which the First Principles of Philosophy and Astronomy Are Accomodated to the Capacity of Young Persons, or Such as Have Yet No Tincture of These Sciences, Volume 2 (Paperback) / Author: Andrew Baxter ; ; Reference, Children's & Educational, Books.

Baxter's works are as follows: ‘Matho, sive Cosmotheoria Puerilis,’ an exposition in Latin of the first principles of astronomy drawn up for the use of his pupils, which was afterwards translated by the author; the first English edition, in two volumes, appearing inthe second inand a third, in which a new dialogue was.

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Rather than 'Weltanschauung', "sententia mundi" translates as 'Weltgedanke, Weltansicht, Weltmeinung', nor is it given in Redmond's vocabulary (s.v. world view) which has. Andrew Baxter has 42 books on Goodreads with 25 ratings. Andrew Baxter’s most popular book is Handboek zakelijk Engels.

Life. Baxter was educated at King's College, University of maintained himself by acting as tutor to noblemen's sons. From to he lived with Lord Blantyre and Mr Hay of Drummelzier at Utrecht, and made excursions in Flanders, France and ing to Scotland, he lived at Whittingehame, near Edinburgh, until his death in From: The Mathematical and Philosophical Works of the Right Reverend John Wilkins.

London, (Listed in General): ASTRONOMY Author. Date. LC & Dewey Index. Beside the Inquiry, Baxter wrote Matho sive Cosmotheoria Puerilis (an exposition in Latin of the elements of astronomy written for his pupils—editions in Englishandwith one dialogue re-written); Evidence of Reason in Proof of the Immortality of the Soul (published posthumously from MSS.

by Dr Duncan in ).

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From: The Mathematical and Philosophical Works of the Right Reverend John Wilkins. London, (Listed in General): ASTRONOMY Date. Author. LC & Dewey Index. Baxter published anonymously An Enquiry Into the Nature of the Human Soul (; 3rd ed., ; Appendix, ) and Matho, sive cosmotheoria puerilis (), a compendium of scientific knowledge.

The Evidence of Reason in Proof of the Immortality of the .Beside the Inquiry, Baxter wrote Matho sive Cosmotheoria Puerilis (an exposition in Latin of the elements of astronomy written for his pupils - editions in Englishandwith one dialogue re-written); Evidence of Reason in Proof of the Immortality of the Soul (published posthumously from MSS.

by Dr Duncan in ).entertainment of young persons. New ed., with additions by the editor of the Book of the months. London: Edward Lacey, [n.d.], Opie F 9.

AIKIN, John. The calendar of nature, designed for the instruction and entertainment of young persons. New ed., with additions by the editor of the Book of the months. London: Edward Lacey, [n.d.], x cm.