Samuel Clarke, 1675-1729. English theologian and philosopher who propounded the views of Newton and Locke against those of Leibniz (with whom he corresponded) and the deists.
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Catalog of the Scientific Community: Clarke, Samuel
Entry from the Galileo project, giving basic biographical facts on this early modern thinker.
MacTutor History of Mathematics: Samuel Clarke
Biographical article with bibliography, portrait and links to related topics.
Article by Ezio Vailati from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Reviews Clarke's life and his polemic against naturalism.
Wikipedia article, drawn from the 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Samuel Clarke (1675-1729)
Article drawn from the Britannica encyclopedia.
Samuel Clarke and Rational Ethics
Section from the Cambridge History of English and American Literature. Focuses on Clarke's moral teachings.
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