John Jackson

(1686—1763) religious controversialist

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Anthony Bliss

Overview page. Subjects: Philosophy.

(fl. c.1731)

Anthony Bliss is known primarily for two works on reason and religion, attacking Thomas Chubb and John Jackson. His arguments in both works are nearly identical. He...

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Daniel Waterland

Overview page. Subjects: Christianity — Philosophy.


Anglican theologian. He took part in the theological controversies of his time, especially those on the Divinity of Christ and the Trinity, on Deism, and on the...

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Peter Annet

Overview page. Subjects: Philosophy.

Peter Annet was born in Liverpool and died on 18 January 1769 in London. We have few details of his life, but it is known that he was at one time a schoolmaster. Ella Twynam argued that he...

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William Dudgeon

Overview page. Subjects: Philosophy.

William Dudgeon was a tenant farmer, living near Coldstream, in the Borders area of Scotland. He wrote several philosophical tracts which are concerned, primarily, with matters of theology...

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