John Norris

[Revised entry by June Yang on March 13, 2014. Changes to: Bibliography] John Norris (1657 - 1711) continued the broadly Cartesian project in late 17th Century England despite the ever-growing
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[Revised entry by June Yang on March 13, 2014. Changes to: Bibliography] John Norris (1657 - 1711) continued the broadly Cartesian project in late 17th Century England despite the ever-growing prominence of Lockean empiricism. Norris wrote on numerous topics, including politics, religion, philosophy and the Christian life. He also composed poetry. This entry describes several of Norris' most noteworthy advances and insights....

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