Southey, Robert, 1774-1843. / The doctor, &c.
Chapter CCXXXVIII. Simonides. Funeral poems. Unfeeling opinion imputed to the Greek poet, and expressed by Malherbe. Seneca. Jeremy Taylor and the doctor on what death might have been, and, were men what Christianity would make them, might be, pp. 647-648
Chapter CCXXXIX. The doctor dissents from a proposition of Warburton's, and shows it to be fallacious. Huthchinson's remarks on the powers of brutes. Lord Shaftesbury quoted. Apollonius and the King of Babylon. Distinction in the talmud between an innocent beast and a vicious one. Opinion of Isaac la Peyresc. The question de origine et natura animarum in Brutis as brought before the theologians of seven protestant academies in the year 1635 by Daniel Sennertus, pp. 648-654
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