Occasional Thoughts in Reference to a Vertuous or Christian Life

by Damaris, Lady Masham

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Occasional Thoughts in Reference to a Vertuous or Christian Life (London, ). Second printing, misattributed to Locke, with title, Thoughts on a Christian Life (London ). –––. Amsterdam University Library (MS M31c) (Three letters from . Masham first became involved in the debate over personal identity with the anonymously published Occasional Thoughts in Reference to a Vertuous or Christian Life (). The daughter of Cambridge Platonist Ralph Cudworth, and by all accounts one of the most brilliant women of her day, she took an early interest in by: 6. Book from Project Gutenberg: Occasional Papers: Selected from the Guardian, the Times, and the Saturday Review, Book from Project Gutenberg: Occasional Thoughts in Reference to a Vertuous or Cristian life. Project Gutenberg. 7 Occasional Thoughts in Reference to a Vertuous or Christian life. by Lady Damaris Masham. THE PREFACE. _The following discourse was written some Years since, not without the thought that, possibly, it might be of farther use than for the entertainment of the Writer: Yet so little express Intention was there of Publishing the Product of those leisure Hours it employ'd, that .

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Damaris Masham was one of a tiny handful of seventeenth-century women who published religious and philosophical writings: A Discourse Concerning the Love of God () and Occasional Thoughts in Reference to a Vertuous or Christian Life ().Author: Damaris Masham.

OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS In reference to a Vertuous or Christian LIFE. There is no so constant and satisfactory a Pleasure, to those who are capable of it, as Rational Conversation gives: And to me, depriv'd of that Enjoyment, the remembrance thereof, is, in my present Solitude, the most delightful Entertainment: Wherein some of my leisure hours.

Occasional Thoughts in Reference to a Vertuous or Christian life Alternate Title: Occasional Thoughts in Reference to a Virtuous or Christian life Language: English: LoC Class: BV: Philosophy, Psychology, Religion: Christianity: Practical theology, Worship: Subject: Christian life -- Anglican authors Category: Text: EBook-No.

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LIFE. There is no so constant and satisfactory a Pleasure, to those who are capable of Occasional Thoughts in Reference to a Vertuous or Christian Life book, as Rational Conversation gives: And to me, depriv’d of that Enjoyment, the remembrance thereof, is, in my present Solitude, the most delightful Entertainment: Wherein some of my.

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In Occasional Thoughts in Reference to a Vertuous or Christian Life () Masham sets out to defend reasonable Christianity from Deism on the one hand and superstition on the other. The book is also, in part, an answer to Mary Astell's The Christian Religion as Professed by a Daughter of the Church which was published as a reply to A Discourse.

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Lo publicaremos en nuestro sitio después de haberla : Gutenberg. Throughout Bunyan's great allegories his prime concern was that people would be able to discern the way to heaven. The 'Footman' is an athlete dogged in the pursuit of 'winning' the wants us to be able run the race of the Christian life and finish the course so that we might all meet in Heaven.

As he states in this book: 'Farewell, I wish our souls may meet with comfort. Occasional Thoughts in reference to a Vertuous or Christian Life (Awnsham and John Churchill at the Black-Swan in Paternoster-Row, London ).

At Project Gutenberg (accessed 8 December ). Briefwechsel zwischen Leibniz und Lady Masham. –Born: 18 JanuaryCambridge, England. Damaris Cudworth, later Lady Masham, was born in and died in She was the daughter of Ralph Cudworth, the wife of Sir Francis Masham, and the close friend, confidante, and, ultimately, caretaker of John Locke.

Her philosophical writings — and writings to or about philosophers — consist in the following: (1) an account of Locke's life contained in a letter to. Abstract. Damaris Masham was one of a tiny handful of seventeenth-century women who published philosophical writings: A Discourse Concerning the Love of God () and Occasional Thoughts in Reference to a Vertuous or Christian Life ().

Like many seventeenth-century women, Damaris Masham also engaged in : Sarah Hutton. Occasional Thoughts in Reference to a Vertuous or Christian life (English) (as Author) Mathews, Basil, The Book of Missionary Heroes (English) (as Author).

Damaris Cudworth Masham () was one of the very first English women to publish philosophical writings. Like all women of her period she was denied access to higher education, but she grew up accustomed to philosophical discourse as the daughter of Ralph Cudworth, the leading Cambridge Platonist.

In she married Sir Francis Masham and went to live with. ham's Occasional Thoughts in Reference to a Vertuous or Christian Life ().3 Lady Masham () was one of Locke's closest friends in 1 Richard Gwinnett to Elizabeth Thomas, 2 June ; in Elizabeth Thomas and Richard Gwinnett, Pylades and Corinna: or, Memoirs of the Lives, Amours, and Writings of Rich.

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For many years she was an intimate friend of John Locke; she also corresponded on philosophical topics with Leibniz. Lady Masham's two main philosophical works, "A Discourse Concerning the Love of God" () and "Occasional Thoughts in Reference to a Vertuous or Christian Life" () were published anonymously and caused a considerable : Gebundenes Buch.

Mrs. Astell replied to Lady Masham in ‘The Christian Religion as professed by a Daughter of the Church of England.’ About Lady Masham wrote ‘Occasional Thoughts in reference to a Vertuous or Christian Life’ (London,12mo), an appeal to women to study intelligently the grounds of their religious belief.Roland Allen (Decem – June 9, )[1] was an English was born in Bristol, England, the son of an Anglican priest; but was orphaned early in life.

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