|Author:||Mosley, Nicholas, 1611-1672.|
|Title:||Psychosophia: or, Natural & divine contemplations of the passions & faculties of the soul of man. In three books. By Nicholas Mosley, Esq;|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
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Psychosophia: or, Natural & divine contemplations of the passions & faculties of the soul of man. In three books. By Nicholas Mosley, Esq;
Mosley, Nicholas, 1611-1672.
London: Printed for Humphrey Mosley at the Prince's Arms St. Paul's Church-yard, 1653.
TO My Honoured Kinsman, ROBERT BOOTH, Esquire.
The Epistle to the Reader.
MOSLEIO suo generoso Pie∣tatis & Philosophiae vindici ἘΥΧΆΙΡΕΙΝ.
Amico & literarum & meo NI∣CHOLAO MOSLEYO Bene audire Cum optime meruerit.
Natural and Divine CONTEMPLATIONS Of the Passions and Faculties of the Soul of Man; In Three Bookes.
The Separability and immixture of the soul.
The Impatibility of the Soul.
The Indivisibility or impartibility of the soul.
The Immortality and eternity of the soul.
The Definition of the soul.
TO My much honoured Friend and Neighbour, HƲMPHREY CHEETAM, ESQUIRE.
TO My loving Brother, EDWARD MOSLEY, Esquire, one of the Commissio∣ners for Administration of Justice in SCOTLAND.
Natural and Divine CONTEMPLATIONS Of the Passions and Faculties Of the Soul of Man; In Three Bookes.
Of the knowledge which the Soul hath of it self.
Naural and Divine CONTEMPLATIONS Of the Passions and Faculties Of the Soul of Man; In Three Bookes.