Richard Waring

(fl. 1725)

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(fl. 1725)

Richard Waring was the author of a short pamphlet in which he argued that evil proceeds not from the devil, but from a ‘reasonable Creature's breaking the Law of his Nature’. He disputes Richard Baxter and Ralph Cudworth.


Subjects: Philosophy.

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