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The philosophy of spirits in relation to matter : shewing the real existence of two very distinct kinds of entity which unite to form the different bodies that compose the universe, organic and inorganic, by which the phenomena of light, heat, electricity, motion, life, mind, etc., are reconciled and explained
- Burnett, C. M. 1807-1866.
On the elementary principles of nature; and the simple laws by which they are governed. Being an attempt to demonstrate their existence, and to explain their mode of action; particularly in those states, in which, they produce the attractions of cohesion, gravitation, magnetism and electricity; and also fire, light, and water
- Peart, E. 1756?-1824.
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.