John Smith

(1618—1652) philosopher

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Cambridge Platonist. Under the influence of B. Whichcote, he became one of the leading Cambridge Platonists, upholding spiritual religion against the acrimonious theological disputes of the age.

Subjects: Christianity — Philosophy.

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