Philosophy England : Computatio universalis seu logica rerum : being an essay attempting in a geometrical method to demonstrate an universal standard whereby one may judge of the true value of every thing in the world, relatively to the person.
Philosophy European Early Works To 1800 : Præcepta doctrinæ logicæ, ethicæ, physicæ, metaphysicæ, sphæricæque : brevibus tabulis compacta: una cum quæstionibus physicæ controversis. A M. Joanne Stierio.; Stier, Johann,
Philosophy European History : The artificial and the natural : an evolving polarity / edited by Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent and William R. Newman.
Philosophy Great Britain Humour : A vindication of natural society, or, A view of the miseries and evils arising to mankind from every species of artificial society [electronic resource] : in a letter to Lord **** / by a late noble writer.; Burke, Edmund,
Philosophy History 16th Century Miscellanea : The choise of change : containing the triplicitie of diuinitie, philosophie & poetrie : short for memorie, profitable for knowledge, and necessarie for maners : whereby the learned may be confirmed, the ignorant instructed, and all men generaly recreated / newly set foorth by S.R. Gent. and student in the Vniuersitie of Cambridge.; S. R.