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A vindication of the author"s Apology

A vindication of the author"s Apology

with reflections on the Reply, and a few remarks on Bishop Asbury"s annotations on his Book of discipline

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Published by Printed for the author by Joseph Gales in Raleigh [N.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asbury, Francis, -- 1745-1816,
  • Snethen, Nicholas, -- 1769-1845,
  • Methodist Episcopal Church -- Controversial literature,
  • Methodist Episcopal Church -- Government,
  • Episcopacy

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby James O"Kelly.
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 1076.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination62 p.
    Number of Pages62
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17744727M
    OCLC/WorldCa40023154

    The Apology or Platonic defence of Socrates is divided into three parts: 1st. The defence properly so called; 2nd. The shorter address in mitigation of the penalty; 3rd. The last words of prophetic rebuke and exhortation. The first part commences with an apology for his colloquial style; he is, as he has always been, the enemy of rhetoric. By helping people identify the languages of apology, this book clears the way toward healing and sustaining vital relationships. The authors detail proven techniques for giving and receiving effective apologies.

    An Apology for This Book: Authorial Power in The Pilgrim’s Progress. Category the author gives himself supreme vindication, not, like a prophet, by declaring himself the mouthpiece of God, but by representing his efficacy through fiction. An Apology for This Book: Authorial Power in The Pilgrim’s Progress., viewed 30 April Global Grey has been around for about 8 years now, and right from the start, it's been a one woman operation. I create all the ebooks myself, as well as the design for the site. Reading books on ereaders should be a pleasurable experience and I believe Global Grey ebooks gives that. The site is easy to use and the ebooks are easy to download.

    Full text of "An apology for the true Christian divinity: being an explanation and vindication of the principles and doctrines of the people called Quakers" See other formats. A Vindication by Edward Gibbon "The remarkable mode of quotation which Mr. Gibbon adopts must immediately strike every one who turns to his notes. He sometimes only mentions the author, perhaps the book; and often leaves the reader the toil of finding out, or rather guessing at the passage. The policy, however, is not without its design and use.


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[Robert Barclay] -- Thou mayest observe here the Christian religion in all its parts truly established and vindicated, as it is a living, inward, spiritual, pure, and substantial thing, and not a mere form, show.

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And since men and women are born with the same ability to reason, women should enjoy just as much education, power, and influence in society as men do. Literary Summary: A Vindication of the Rights of Women, by Mary Wollstonecraft Mary Wollstonecraft “A Vindication of the Rights of Woman” by Mary Wollstonecraft, published inwas a reaction to the French Revolutionary Assembly’s Declaration of the Rights of Man which granted participatory citizenship only to men.

Wollstonecraft’s A Vindication of the Rights of Woman doesn’t just argue that women deserved education. It also argues that women were not naturally inferior, but that they had been forced into a kind of slavery, whether it be to marriage or to virtue, that had systematically made them weak and unintelligent.

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Stone, John Thompson. PART I: Introduction to the Apology of the Springfield Presbytery, by John Rogers, p. As a result, the old meaning of “apology” as a speech of vindication is slowly dying out.

This sense, derived from the ancient Greek apologia, remains recognizable from Plato’s Apology of Socrates —Plato’s version of his teacher’s defense speech when he was on trial for his life before an Athenian jury.