Reason, grace, and sentiment : a study of the language of religion and ethics in England, 1660-1780 /
The period 1660-1780 saw major changes in the relationship between religion and ethics in English thought. In this first part of an important two-volume study, Isabel Rivers examines the rise of Anglican moral religion and the reactions against it expressed in nonconformity, dissent and methodism. H...
|Published:||Cambridge [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1991-2000.|
|Series:||Cambridge studies in eighteenth-century English literature and thought ;
8, 37. |
|Online Access:||Full text - ACLS Humanities e-Book |
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