The Works of Mrs Catharine Cockburn (2 Volume Set: Theological, Moral, Dramatic and Poetical (17th & 18th Century British Philosophy)

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The Works of Mrs Catharine Cockburn [] Catharine Cockurn (2 volumes) pp A Treatise of Freewilland The Works of Mrs Catharine Cockburn book Introduction to Cudworth's Treatise concerning Eternal and Immutable Morality [ & ] Ralph Cudworth & W R Scott pp De Veritate Translated with an introduction by Meyrick H Carre [] Lord Edward Herbert pp Remarks upon a.

The Works of Mrs Catharine Cockburn (2 Volume Set: Theological, Moral, Dramatic and Poetical (17th & 18th Century British Philosophy) [Catharine Cockburn] Author: Catharine Cockburn.

Get this from a library. The works of Mrs. Catharine [Trotter] Cockburn: theological, moral, dramatic, and poetical. [Catharine Trotter; Thomas Birch]. Cockburn’s philosophical reputation rests largely upon her polemical works in defense of John Locke and Samuel Clarke.

While she displays a range of interests in these works, her primary concern is to defend a moral epistemology that combines elements of Locke’s epistemology with a. found: The Plays of Mary Pix and Catharine Trotter, (a.e.) CIP t.p.

(Catherine Trotter) CIP data sheet (b.d. ) book t.p. (Catharine Trotter) found:. Catharine Trotter Cockburn (?16 August - 11 May ) was an English poet, novelist, playwright, and philosopher.

Cockburn was born Catharine Trotter in London. Her father was David Trotter, a naval commander, who died during her infancy, leaving a widow, Sarah (Ballenden), with 2 daughters. Mrs. Trotter, who was connected with noble Scotch families, was left in distress, and received a.

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COCKBURN, CATHARINE (–), dramatist and philosophical writer, was born in London on 16 Aug. Her father was David Trotter, a naval commander, who died during her infancy, leaving a widow, Sarah (Ballenden), with two daughters.

Mrs. Cockburn, Catharine, The Works of Mrs. Catharine Cockburn (2 vols.; London, ) Condorcet, Marie-Jean-Antoine-Nicolas Caritat, Outlines of an Historical View of the Progress of the Human Mind (London, Cited by: Catharine agreed to assist Thomas Birch in compiling a collection of her works, but died before it was printed.

Birch posthumously published a two-volume collection entitled The Works of Mrs. Catharine Cockburn, Theological, Moral, Dramatic, and Poetical (). “This is the story of the development of one of the most astute and compelling songwriters in the English language.

Rumours of Glory is a highly personal account, by one whose quest for expression engages the most important social questions of our time.” (Jackson Browne)Cockburn gives us a finely-grained account of the ground from which he harvested some of the finest songs of his by: 3.

Catharine Cockburn Catharine Cockburn in Scotland, Births and Baptisms, Catharine Cockburn was born to James Cockburn and Catharine Hunter. Catharine was baptized on month dayat baptism place.

The works of Mrs. Catharine Cockburn Several of them now first printed. Revised and published, with an account of the life of the author / by Thomas Birch, In two volumes. Trotter, Catharine, [ Book, Microform: ] View online (access conditions) At 2 libraries. The Works of Mrs. Catharine Cockburn, Theological, Moral, Dramatic, and Poetical.

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() Other Works. Calliope: The Heroick Muse: On the Death of John Dryden, Esq. as part of The Nine Muses, Or, Poems Written by Nine severall Ladies Upon the death of the late Famous John Dryden, Esq.

Cockburn, Catharine Trotter, The Works of Mrs. Catharine Cockburn, Theological, Moral, Dramatic, and Poetical, edited by Thomas Birch, 2 vols. (London: J. and P. Knapton, ) Cockburn, Catharine Trotter Olinda's Adventures: Or the Amours of a Young Lady, with an introduction by Robert Adams Day (Los Angeles: Augustan Reprint Society no.

Author: Jacqueline Broad. “The life of Mrs. Catharine Cockburn.” By Thomas Birch // IN: The works of Mrs. Catharine Cockburn, theological, moral, dramatic, and poetical. Several of them now first printed.

Revised and published, with an account of the life of the author, by Thomas Birch. Abstract. Catharine Trotter was born Augof Scots parentage. Her father, a sea captain, died when Catharine was young. Although not raised in favorable circumstances, she was, according to Edmund Gosse, a child prodigy, who learned French, Latin, Greek, and logic.

2 An early student of works of great literature and philosophy, Trotter was mostly by:   “Catharine Trotter Cockburn was one of the earliest defenders of John Locke’s ‘Essay Concerning Human Understanding.’ In a time when Locke was seen as a dangerous innovator, Cockburn’s ‘Defence’ was remarkable not only for the fact that it was written by a young woman of 22, but also for its confidence, clarity, and precision.

Four volumes of papers relating to Catharine Cockburn, collected by Thomas Birch for his edition of The works of Mrs. Catharine Cockburn ().

Contains original manuscripts of some of Cockburn’s writings on Locke that were first published by Birch. It was printed in but later excluded from The Works of Mrs.

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Catharine Cockburn, Theological, Moral, Dramatic, and Poetical. Several of Them Now First Printed. Revised and Published, with an Account of the Life of the Author (), which Thomas Birch edited. He. Trotter published her philosophical works anonymously. Thomas Birch, editor of the post- humously printed collection of her philosophical writings, gave it the tide, The Works of Mrs.

Catharine Cockburn. Before her marriage, Trotter wrote several plays, both comedies and trage. Birch, Thomas, A complete collection of the historical, political, and miscellaneous works of John Milton: correctly printed from the original editions.

With an historical and critical account of the life and writings of the author (London, Printed for A. Millar, ). The works of Mrs. Catharine Cockburn, theological, moral, dramatic, and poetical Catharine Trotter Cockburn Hypatia's daughters: Fifteen hundred years of women philosophers.

John Arbuthnot (died ) – Miscellaneous Works; Antoine Augustin Calmet – Traité sur les apparitions des esprits et sur les vampires ou les revenans de Hongrie, de Moravie, &c. Catharine Trotter Cockburn – The Works of Mrs.

Catharine Cockburn; John Gilbert Cooper – Cursory Remarks on Mr. Warburton's New Edition of Mr. Pope's Works. [1] Cockburn to Thomas Burnet of Kemnay, 9 Decemberfrom Catharine Trotter Cockburn, Letters Between Mrs. Cockburn, and Several of her Friends, ed.

Thomas Birch, MA, FRS, reprinted in The Works of Mrs. Catharine Cockburn, Theological, Moral, Dramatic, and Poetical. Several of them now first printed.

Revised and published, with an Account of the Life of the Author, vol. 2, pp. Reflection, Nature, and Moral Law: The Extent of Catharine Cockburn's Lockeanism in Her Defence of Mr. Locke's Essay. Patricia Sheridan - - Hypatia 22 (3) - Catharine Trotter Cockburn's Defence of Locke.

Late in this same year, Catharine Trotter Cockburn dies. The Vindication of Mr Locke's Christian Principles from the Injurious Imputations of Dr. Holdsworth is finally published in Collected Works edited by Thomas Burke. Works. Catharine Trotter Cockburn wrote both literary (poetry and plays) works and philosophical essays or tracts.

Cockburn, Catharine Trotter; - ; English. Catharine Trotter Cockburn. The Works of Mrs. Catharine Cockburn, Theological, Moral, Dramatic, and Poetical, several of them now first printed, revised, and published with an account of the life of the author by Thomas Birch. London, 2 vols., Some of the works included in this edition are.

In Catharine Trotter, who would later be known by her married name, Cockburn, published a defense of John Locke’s Essay Concerning Human Understanding in response to the criticisms leveled against it by Thomas Burnet.

1 Burnet claimed Locke’s empiricist philosophy is incapable of explaining our knowledge of moral principles, of proving the existence of a veracious and good God, or Cited by: 2.

Catharine Trotter, 'On His Grace the Duke of Marlborough, After His Victory at Ramellies, in ', The Works of Mrs. Catharine Cockburn () Susanna Centlivre, An Epistle to the King of Sweden, from a Lady of Great-Britain ().

Burnet’s critique of Locke was answered by Catharine Trotter Cockburn, whose attempt to defend Locke was praised by him, but not ultimately fully worked out. Nevertheless, the position that Cockburn developed in later works has some similarities with that which Macaulay defends (Cockburn ; Green34–39, –79).

Cockburn, Catharine Trotter, Defence of Locke (), A Vindication of Mr Locke’s Christian Principles (), and Remarks Upon Some Writers (), in The WorksAuthor: Jacqueline Broad.This was acted at Drury Lane Theatre aboutbut apparently not printed untilafter the death of the author, Mr.

W. M. It was directed at the three women who had just come forward as competitors for dramatic honours—Mrs. Pix, Mrs. Manley, and Mrs. Trotter [see Cockburn, Catharine]. Mrs.Reflection, Nature, and Moral Law: The Extent of Catharine Cockburn's Lockeanism in Her Defence of Mr.

Locke's Essay. Patricia Sheridan - - Hypatia 22 (3) - On Some Footnotes to Catharine Trotter Cockburn’s Defence of the Essay Of Human Understanding.