The Works of William Paley, vol. 4
19 publishers B. Fellowes, Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Booker and Dolman, E. Hodgson, G. and J. Robinson, H. Washbourne, Hamilton, Adams & Co., Hatchard and Son, J. and J. J. Deighton, J. G. & F. Rivington, J. Parker, J. Richardson, J. Templeman, Longman, R. Mackie, Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., Smith, Elder and Co., T. Cadell, Whittaker and Co. 1838
One of the most influential Christian philosophers of his day, William Paley possessed exceptional reasoning and writing abilities which are best on display in The Works of William Paley (4 vols.). Known primarily for his contributions in ethics, philosophy, and natural theology, many of his works were used as textbooks at Cambridge, being widely used even until the 1920s.
Volume four contains additional sermons, writings, and works from Paley, including:
- 1 Cor. 3:16—On the Influence of the Spirit
- 2 Sam. 17:23—Suicide
- Charges to clergymen, and many more sermons
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- Collection of sermons and assorted other works
- Discussion of a variety of important topics and discourses
- Sermons, Doctrinal, Moral, and Miscellaneous
- Sermons on Public Occasions
- Sermons on Particular Subjects
- Title: The Works of William Paley, vol. 4
- Author: William Paley
- Edition: Revised and expanded
- Publisher: Longman and Co.
- Publication Date: 1838
- Pages: 533
About William Paley
William Paley (1743–1805) was one of the most influential philosophers of the late Enlightenment period. Having studied at Christ’s College, Cambridge, he later became a tutor of philosophy and the Greek New Testament. Later on in his life, he became Archdeacon of Carlisle within the Anglican Church. His work in the area of natural theology was groundbreaking, particularly in his formulation of the Watchmaker Analogy. Some of his other important works delve into the areas of social and political ethics and were added to the list of required texts at Cambridge shortly after their printing. A magnate of Christian philosophy, Paley’s works paved the way for modern studies in Christian apologetics and historical criticism.