Baxter’s argues in the negative on the question of ‘Whether it be Necessary to every act of every creature, or to every free act of the Rationall Creature, considered compatively & as circumstanciated'.
Disputation concerning physical Predetermination
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- ReferenceGB 123 DWL/RB/1/58
- Former ReferenceGB 123 Treatises ii.48
- Dates of Creation1654
- Name of Creator
- Physical Description35 foilio, ff 293-327 (f 293v, f 319v, f 323 and f 326v are blank, f 327 is a half page, cut and bound and inserted before 326). 222 x 166 mm.
Scope and Content
See also Treatises xviii.349. The question in dispute is more fully stated at the beginning of the first part of this treatise; in the same words as in the first part of the quarto manuscript, which was proposed for publication by Baxter, 20 years after the date given above. The rest of this treatise consists of additional papers all in quarto. There is also one in folio, among supplemental papers found loose when these were bound.
Other Finding Aids
Argent ii.48; Thomas p.8