The Hidden Balance. Religion & the Social Theories of Charles Chauncy & Jonathan Mayhew

By: CORRIGAN, John

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Cambridge University Press, 1987. Hardcover. Condition vg in dj. Argues that Chauncy & Mayhew produced a complex but coherent body of ideas, & that these ideas were organized closely & self-consciously around the principle of "balance". Concludes that although they believed that a cosmic principle of "balance" organized social & religious life, they believed as well that full philosophical comprehension of this principle was beyond human capability. In order to express their understanding of cosmic order, they appropriated the metaphor of the "great chain of being". This study illustrates the connections between their religious leadership & their political leadership, & clarifies our understanding of why they exercised a profound influence upon their contemporaries. 161pp. 11445 .

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