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Remarks upon a late book, entituled, The fable of the bees

William Law

Remarks upon a late book, entituled, The fable of the bees

or private vices, publick benefits. In a letter to the author. To which is added, a postscript, containing an observation or two upon Mr. Bayle. By William Law, M.A.

by William Law

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Published by printed for Will. and John Innys in London .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[4],106,[2]p.
Number of Pages106
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18993149M

A sermon preached before the Lord Mayor of London on 28th September, (not listed by Kaye); William Law, Remarks upon a Late Book Entituled the Fable of the Bees (); Richard Fiddes, A General Treatise of Morality with a Preface in answer to two Essays lately published in the Fable of the Bees (; Preface only); John Dennis, Vice and. William Law - consulte a biografia e bibliografia do autor de The Absolute Unlawfulness Of The Stage-Entertainment, A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life, The Divine Indwelling.

Remarks on a book entituled, Prince Arthur. Remarks upon Cato, a tragedy. John Dennis, the sheltring poet's invitation to Richard Steele. Vice and luxury or remarks on a book intituled, The fable of the Bees. The stage defended. Remarks upon a late book, entituled, The fable of the bees ; or Private vices, publick benefits: In a l Speech at the declaration of the poll at Melbourne, 29th November, / .

Remarks upon a late book, entituled, The fable of the bees, or Private vices, public benefits: in a letter to the author: to which is added, a postscript, containing an observation or two upon Mr. Bayle / by William Law, M.A. 2 William Law, for instance, in Remarks upon a Late Book, Entituled the Fable of the Bees (), pp. 88–9, George Bluet in his Enquiry (), p. , and Innes in APETH-ΛΟΓΙΑ (), p. xxiii. 1 See Fable i. , where Mandeville tells the anecdote to which this passage is an allusion.


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Remarks upon a late book, entituled, The fable of the bees by William Law Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Remarks upon a Late Book, Entituled, The Fable of the Bees () "A Practical Treatise Upon Christian Perfection" () A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life () A Demonstration of the Gross and Fundamental Errors of a late Book called a Plain Account, etc., of the Lord's Supper; The Grounds and Reasons of the Christian Regeneration ()Born:Kings Cliffe, Northamptonshire.

Author of A serious call to a devout and holy life, The nature and design of Christianity, An humble, earnest, and affectionate address to the clergy, The spirit of prayer, The absolute unlawfulness of the stage-entertainment fully demonstrated, The works of the Reverend William Law, Remarks upon a late book, entituled, The fable of the bees, A reply to the Bishop.

Title: REMARKS UPON A LATE BOOK, ENTITULED, THE FABLE OF THE BEES, or Private Vices, Publick Benefits. In a Letter to the Author.

To which is added, A Postscript, containing an Observation or two upon Mr. Bayle. Indeed, his mysticism is perhaps more understood today than it was in his lifetime. Other famous works include his Three Letters to the Bishop of Bangor and Remarks upon a late Book entituled, the Fable of the Bees.

This edition of Law's works, first published infeatures The fable of the bees book his writings plus a memoir by G. Morgan. Remarks upon a late book entituled The fable of the bees, or, Private vices, publick benefits in a letter to the author: to which is added a postscript containing an observation or two upon Mr.

Bayle / by: Law, William, Published: (). Indeed, his mysticism is perhaps more understood today than it was in his lifetime. Other famous works include his Three Letters to the Bishop of Bangor and Remarks upon a late Book entituled, the Fable of the Bees.

This edition of Law's works, first published infeatures all his writings plus a memoir by G. : William Law. Law, William, Remarks upon a late book, entituled, The fable of the bees, or Private vices, public benefits: in a letter to the author: to which is added, a postscript, containing an observation or two upon Mr.

Bayle / (London: Printed for William and John Innys, ) (page images at HathiTrust). The combination of ability and coarseness with which this view was developed led to many other answers than Hutcheson’s. Berkeley replied in Alciphron; and William Law, as his manner was, went to the heart of the matter in a brilliant pamphlet, Remarks upon a late book, entituled The Fable of the Bees ().

Indeed, his mysticism is perhaps more understood today than it was in his lifetime. Other famous works include his Three Letters to the Bishop of Bangor and Remarks upon a late Book entituled, the Fable of the edition of Law's works, first published infeatures all his writings plus a memoir by G.

Morgan. Remarks upon A Late Book, Entituled, The Fable of the Bees. The Absolute Unlawfulness of the Stage-Entertainment Fully Demonstrated. A Practical Treatise upon Christian Perfection.

A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life. Adapted to the State and Condition of All Orders of Christians. Remarks upon a Late Book, Entituled, The Fable of the Bees () A Practical Treatise Upon Christian Perfection () (tr.) Of True Repentance by Jakob Böhme; Works about Law "Law, William ()," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (–) in 63 vols.

Remarks upon a Late Book entituled, The Fable of the Bees. London: William and John Innys, Letters on Love, Marriage, and Adultery; Addressed Cited by: 6J. Dennis, Vice and Luxury Publick Mischiefs or, Remarks on a Book entituled, the Fable of the Bees (London, ), Preface, X.

Fiddes, A General Treatise of Morality, Form'd upon the Principles of Natural Reason Only. With a Preface in Answer to Two Essays lately published in the Fable of the Bees (London, ), Preface, XVI. Remarks upon a late book by B.

de Mandeville, entituled, the Fable of the Bees, or, private vices, publick benefits. In a letter to the author. To which is added a postscript, containing an observation or two upon Mr. Bayle. William Law: Remarks upon a Late Book Entituled the Fable of the Bees.

45 4. Richard Fiddes: Preface to A General Treatise of Morality. () 97 5. John Dennis: Vice and Luxury Publick Mischiefs: or, Remarks on a Book intituled, the Fable of the Bees.

() 13 7 6. Article in The Weekly Journal or Saturday's Post, 8th August William Law, Remarks upon a Late Book entituled “The Fable of the Bees” () § IV, 3rd edition () pp. 72 ff. Google ScholarCited by: Remarks upon a late book, entituled, The fable of the bees, or Private vices, public benefits: in a letter to the author: to which is added, a postscript, containing an Author: William Law.

Remarks upon a Late Book, entituled, the Fable of the Bees In a Letter to the Author. To which is added, a Postscript, containing an Observation or Two upon Mr. Bayle. See above, ii. were devoted to a discussion of the Fable or which referred to it, ranged from William Law's " Remarks upon a Late Book, Entituled the Fable of the Bees," published in London into Arthur O.

Lovejoy's " The Supposed Primitivism of Rous-seau's Discourses on Inequality," published in Modern Philology in November, Abstract. Some years before the Scriblerians brought a comic realism to bear on the themes of prophecy and apocalypse, Mandeville gave millenarians a taste of their own medicine by showing – in the conclusion to The Grumbling Hive – that a land free of the offences decried by the pious would indeed prove to be ruinous.

In so doing he inaugurated a tradition of secularised Author: Peter Knox-Shaw.Predictably, the book generated a lot of controversy in its time, provoking responses like George Berkeley’s Alciphron, or, the Minute Philosopher (), Francis Hutcheson’s Observations on the Fable of the Bees (), and William Law’s Remarks Upon a Late Book Entituled the Fable of the Bees ().