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By Robert M. Burns

This ebook comprises a survey of the nice debate on miracles, which, notwithstanding it was once a big function of the English literary scene within the interval in query, hasn't ever earlier than been researched intensive. The arguments of Boyle, Locke, Clarke, and Butler (along with these of others) are thought of, and Hume's well-known essay "Of Miracles" is tested extra heavily than ever prior to.

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