Henry More

Standard Name: More, Henry

Connections

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Cultural formation Anne Conway
AC became a Quaker . This at first compromised her friendship with More , but he did modify his attitude to the Society of Friends as a result of her action.
Conway, Anne, Henry More, and Marjorie Hope Nicolson. The Conway Letters. Hutton, SarahEditor , Clarendon Press, 1992.
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Conway, Anne, and Henry More. “Introduction; Editorial Materials”. The Conway Letters, edited by Sarah Hutton, Marjorie Hope Nicolson, and Marjorie Hope Nicolson, Revised, Clarendon Press, 1992, p. vii - xix; various pages.
xii
Education Damaris Masham
DM was taught by men of great ability: first by her father, Ralph Cudworth , and then from her early twenties by John Locke . She mentions that she had spent most of my Life...
Education Lady Hester Pulter
Mark Robson in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography observes that LHP was an educated and highly literate woman.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Whatever her teaching amounted to when she was a child (and her sister Margaret seems to...
Education Mary Astell
MA never attended school. Apart from sewing and the Bible, she was also taught theology and philosophy (of the school of the Cambridge Platonists, like Anne Conway 's friend Henry More ) by her uncle...
Education Anne Conway
Henry More agreed to continue to correspond with AC (especially about matters of religion) after her brother Sir John Finch (More's pupil) had gone abroad in the diplomatic service.
Hutton, Sarah. Anne Conway: A Woman Philosopher. Cambridge University Press, 2004.
61, 38
Friends, Associates Anne Conway
Anne Finch (later AC ) became a friend and correspondent of the philosopher Henry More , whom she probably met through her elder half-brother, John, who had been his student at Cambridge. More was a...
Friends, Associates Anne Conway
Henry More dedicated his philosophical An Antidote against Atheism to AC : he had sent her two copies by 6 January 1653.
Conway, Anne, Henry More, and Marjorie Hope Nicolson. The Conway Letters. Hutton, SarahEditor , Clarendon Press, 1992.
69 and n1
Instructor Anne Conway
ACunfortunately left no comment on her early education.
Conway, Anne, Henry More, and Marjorie Hope Nicolson. The Conway Letters. Hutton, SarahEditor , Clarendon Press, 1992.
5
It used to be believed that she had tutors, but it is quite possible that she largely taught herself, from books, French, Latin, Greek, and...
Material Conditions of Writing Anne Conway
After she died, More and Van Helmont planned to lose no time in publishing the contents of this notebook, written abruptly and scatteredly . . . in a Paper-Book, with a Black-lead Pen, which she...
Author summary Anne Conway
AC 's reputation has been quietly growing into that of a serious late-seventeenth-century philosopher, rather than merely a patron of male philosophers. Her correspondence with Henry More is full of philosophical as well as personal interest.
Textual Features Rose Macaulay
This is her sole historical novel and the only one to reflect her long-standing interest in the seventeenth century. Set between October 1640 and May 1641, the period of the Long Parliament, the novel portrays...
Textual Production Anne Conway
It had taken More and Van Helmont a decade to organise this publication. By that time Van Helmont's thinking was under attack and he may have intended Conway as an ally.
Hutton, Sarah. Anne Conway: A Woman Philosopher. Cambridge University Press, 2004.
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These scholars' Latin...
Textual Production Anne Conway
Anne Finch (later AC ) had begun her correspondence with Henry More : before this date he had sent her works by Descartes and by himself for her to read.
Conway, Anne, Henry More, and Marjorie Hope Nicolson. The Conway Letters. Hutton, SarahEditor , Clarendon Press, 1992.
51
Travel Anne Conway
AC travelled, with Henry More and with her library keeper
Conway, Anne, Henry More, and Marjorie Hope Nicolson. The Conway Letters. Hutton, SarahEditor , Clarendon Press, 1992.
57
Sarah Bennett , on a trip to Paris.
Conway, Anne, and Henry More. “Introduction; Editorial Materials”. The Conway Letters, edited by Sarah Hutton, Marjorie Hope Nicolson, and Marjorie Hope Nicolson, Revised, Clarendon Press, 1992, p. vii - xix; various pages.
xi
Conway, Anne, Henry More, and Marjorie Hope Nicolson. The Conway Letters. Hutton, SarahEditor , Clarendon Press, 1992.
57 and n7, 135

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