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... iii), i.e. Thomas Aquinas, expressed in De regimine principum. He argues that human beings have a teleological and essential nature, and that they are naturally made to live together. He considers the power which the rulers of human...
...Vaughan, Roger William Bede Roger William Bede Vaughan, the brother of Cardinal Vaughan, was born in Herefordshire on 9 January 1834 and died at Ince Blundell Hall, Lancashire on 18 August 1883. He was educated at the Benedictine College...
...Hamilton, William Townsend, William John William John Townsend was born in Newcastle-upon-Tyne on 20 January 1835 and was educated in his native town. After working in business for several years, he became a minister of the Methodist New...
...Harper, Thomas Thomas Harper was born in London on 26 September 1821. He was educated at St Paul’s School (where he was excellent in English composition) and at Oxford. He became an Anglican minister and worked as a curate for five years...
...Clarke, Richard Frederick Richard F. Clarke died in September 1900. He was educated at Oxford and became a Fellow and tutor of St John’s College, Oxford. He received Anglican orders, but in 1869, although he was not a High Churchman, he...
...Dering, Edward Heneage Edward Heneage Dering was the author of some best-selling novels and the second husband of the writer Lady Georgina Chatterton, widow of Sir William. With Lady Georgina, he moved to Badessey Clinton, the medieval...
...Rickaby, Joseph John Joseph John Rickaby was born on 20 November 1845 in Everingham, Yorkshire and died in St Beuno’s in Wales on 18 December 1932. He was educated at Stonyhurst, the Jesuit school, and subsequently entered the Society...
...Alexander, Robert Jocelyn Robert Jocelyn Alexander was a member of Brasenose College, Oxford, and received his BA in c.1875. He was awarded the Newdigate Prize for his poem The Last of the Red Indians in 1874, the University of Oxford Prize...
...Lockhart, William William Lockhart was born in Wallingham in Surrey on 22 August. 1820, the son of an Anglican priest, and died in St Etheldreda’s, London on 15 May 1892. He matriculated at Exeter College, Oxford, and received a BA in 1842....
... Leibniz’s, Malebranche’s and Rosmini’s arguments according to which the actual world is the best possible one (ibid., pp. 467–71).Bibliography Natural Theology (1891). Other Relevant Works Psychologia razionalis: sive philosophia de anima humana...