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Two treatises. In the one of which, the nature of bodies; in the other, the nature of mans soule; is looked into : in way of discovery, of the immortality of reasonable soules : is looked into in wayor discovery, of the immortality of reasonable soules.
- Digby, Kenelm, 1603-1665.
- M.DC.XLIIII. 
Philosophical dissertations, with proper reflections : proving I. The non-eternity of matter and that there is a vacuum. II. That there must necessarily be one self-existent being in three self-existent properties ... III. That the light and heat of the sun ... are purely spiritous ... IV. That the soul is immortal
- Parker, Benjamin, -1747.
The philosophicall touch-stone : or observations upon Sir Kenelm Digbie's Discourses of the nature of bodies, and of the reasonable soule. In which his erroneous paradoxes are refuted, the truth, and Aristotelian philosophy vindicated, the immortality of mans soule briefly, but sufficiently proved. And the weak fortifications of a late Amsterdam ingeneer, patronizing the soules mortality, briefly slighted.
- Ross, Alexander, 1591-1654.
Two choice and useful treatises: the one Lux orientalis; or an enquiry into the opinion of the Eastern sages concerning the praeexistence of souls ... [By J.G.] Being a key to unlock the grand mysteries of providence. In relation to man's sin and misery. The other, A discourse of truth
- Glanvill, Joseph, 1636-1680.