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An easie introduction to the philosophers magical gold

to which is added, Zor[o]asters cave : as also, John Pontanus Epistle upon the mineral fire, otherwise called, The philosophers stone

by George Thor.

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Published by Printed for Matthew Smelt ... in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesEasy introduction to the philosopher"s magical gold, Zoraster"s cave., Epistle upon the mineral fire., Philosopher"s stone.
Statementby Geor. Thor, astromagus
ContributionsPontanus, Johannes Isacius, 1571-1639
The Physical Object
Pagination[12], 96 p. ;
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24342374M

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Concise and somewhat clear, but rather convoluted, introductory book on the subject of philosophy. Not so much a history of philosophy, as an introduction to various ways of doing work in the discipline. Very interesting, but one occasionally wonders if the authors didn't try to squeeze a bit too much into it.4/5(41). Truly unique, it is a mixture of philosophy, Irish folklore and the battle of the sexes all with charm, humour and good grace. The Crock of Gold contains 6 books: Book 1 – The Coming of Pan, Book 2 – The Philosophers Journey, Book 3 – The Two Gods, Book 4 – The Philosophers Return, Book 5 – The Policemen, and Book 6 – The Thin Woman's Journey.4/5(98).


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