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Author: More, Henry, 1614-1687.
Title: Philosophical poems by Henry More ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Philosophical poems by Henry More ...
More, Henry, 1614-1687.

Cambridge: Printed by Roger Daniel ..., 1647.
Alternate titles: Psychåodia platonica
Notes:
Each part has special t.p.
The "Song of the Soul" was first published in 4 pts., without appendices, as: Psychozoia Platonica. 1642.
Second ed. Cf. p. [9].
Errata on p. [437].
Reproduction of original in Yale University Library.
"Noks," including diagrams: p. 335-420; "The interpretation generall": p. 421-436.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A51310.0001.001

Contents
title page
To his dear Father ALEXANDER MORE ESQUIRE.
title page
TO THE READER, Upon this second Edition.
To the Reader.
half title
TO THE READER, Upon the first Canto of PSYCHOZOIA.
canto 1
Vpon the second Canto.
Vpon the third Canto.
The Argument of PSYCHOZOIA, Or The life of the Soul.
CANT. I.
The Argument of PSYCHOZOIA, Or, The life of the Soul.
The Argument of PSYCHOZOIA, Or The life of the Soul.
title page
The Preface to the Reader.
The Argument of PSYCHATHANASIA. Or The Immortality of the Soul.
BOOK I. CANT. I.
The Argument of PSYCHATHANASIA, Or, The Immortality of the Soul.
The Argument of PSYCHATHANASIA OR The Immortality of the Soul.
PSYCHATHANASIA Or The Immortality of the Soul.
The Argument of PSYCHATHANASIA, Or The Immortalitie of the Soul.
BOOK II. CANT. 1.
The Argument of PSYCHATHANASIA, OR, The Immortality of the Soul.
The Argument of PSYCHATHANASIA, Or, The Immortality of the Soul.
The Argument of PSYCHATHANASIA, OR The Immortality of the Soul.
Book. 3. Cant. 1.
The Argument of PSYCHATHANASIA, Or The Immortality of the Soul.
The Argument of PSYCHATHANASIA Or The Immortality of the Soul.
The Argument of PSYCHATHANASIA, OR, The Immortality of the Soul.
epigraphs
title page
To the Reader.
The Argument of Democritus Platonissans, OR The Infinite of Worlds.
title page
The Preface to the Reader.
The Argument of ANTIPSYCHOPANNYCHIA Or The confutation of the sleep of the Soul.
CANT. I.
The Argument of ANTIPSYCHOPANNYCHIA OR, The Confutation of the Sleep of the Soul.
The Argument of ANTIPSYCHOPANNYCHIA OR, The Confutation of the Sleep of the Soul.
The Preface to the Reader.
The Praeexistency of the SOUL.
title page
The Argument of ANTIMONOPSYCHIA OR, Confutation of the Unitie of SOULS.
THE ORACLE OR, A Paraphrasticall Interpretation of the answer of Apollo, when he was con∣sulted by Amelius whither Plotinus soul went when he de∣parted this life.
AN ADDITION of some few smaller POEMS, BY HENRY MORE: Master of Arts, and Fellow of CHRISTS COLLEDGE in CAMBRIDGE.
Cupids Conflict. Mela. Cleanthes.
Out of the Anthologie a Distick.
Deliquium.
THE TRIUMPH, OR A Paraphrase upon the ninth Hymn of Synesius, written in honour of Jesus, the Son of Mary, the SAVIOUR of the World.
Notes upon Psychozoia.
Canto 1. Stanz. 1.
Notes upon Psychozoia.
Cant. 3.
Notes upon Psychathanasia.
book 1
Lib. 1. Canto 1.
Cant. 2.
Axioms.
Definitions.
Theorem. 1.
Appendices.
Theorem. 2.
Theorem. 3.
Propositions Opticall.
Propositions Astronom.
book 2
Lib. 2. Cant. 1.
Cant. 2.
Cant. 3.
book 3
Lib. 3. Cant. 1.
Cant. 2.
Canto 3.
Cant. 4.
Notes upon The Infinity of Worlds.
Notes upon The Philosophers Devotion.
The Interpretation Generall.
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