<biography, history of philosophy> English theologian and philosopher (1614-1687); author of The Immortality of the Soul (1659) and Divine Dialogues (1668). A leading member of the Cambridge Platonists, More claimed to demonstrate the existence of god, the immortality of the human soul, and the compatibility of faith and reason. Recommended Reading: A. Rupert Hall, Henry More: Magic, Religion and Experiment (Blackwell, 1984); Henry More: Tercentenary Studies, ed. by Sarah Hutton (Kluwer, 1990); and A. Rupert Hall, Henry More and the Scientific Revolution (Cambridge, 1996).
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