Henry More

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Henry More

England 1614 – 1687

Comments: Plato scholar ; Neopaganism; Qabalist; Rosicrucian;

Teachers: Plato; Christan Knorr von Rosenroth;

Students: Anne Finch, Lady Conway;

Friends: Dr. Edward Fowler; William Penn; Franciscus Mercurius van Helmont; Valentine Greatrakes;

Enemies: Thomas Vaughan; Jakob Bohme;

Organizations: Royal Society; Cambridge Platonist school

Author: The Divine Dialogues (1688); Psychodoia Platonica: or, a Platonicall Song of the Soul, consisting of foure severall Poems; Opera theologica, 1675; Conjectura Cabbalistica ... or a Conjectural Essay of Interpreting the Minde of Moses, according to a Threefold Cabbala: viz. Literal, Philosophical, Mystical, or Divinely Moral, 1653; Apocalypsis Apocalypseos; or the Revelation of St. John the Divine unveiled: an exposition from chapter to chapter and from verse to verse of the whole Book of the Apocalypse, 1680; may have written Philosophiae Teutonicae Censura, 1670, critical of Jakob Bohme; Opera theologica, 1675;Opera philosophica, 1678; Cabbala Philosophica; The Principles of the Most Ancient and Modern Philosophy, with Franciscus Mercurius van Helmont, edited by Lady Ann Conway;

Resources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_More; http://archive.org/details/collectionofseve00more ; http://dla.library.upenn.edu/dla/franklin/record.html?filter.subject_facet.val=Cabala%20Early%20works%20to%201800&start=75&id=FRANKLIN_3051732& ;