Analogy (Law) -- See Law Interpretation and construction --subdivision Interpretation and construction under names of legal systems, special branches of law and specific legal topics, e.g. Canon law--Interpretation and construction; Criminal law--Interpretation and construction; Juristic acts--Interpretation and construction
Butler, Joseph, 1692-1752. : The equity and reasonableness of the divine conduct, in pardoning sinners upon their repentance, exemplified: or A discourse on the parable of the prodigal son. : In which those doctrines, viz. that men are rendered acceptable to God, and that sinners are recommended to his mercy, either by the perfect obedience, or the meritorious sufferings, or the prevailing intercession of Christ, or by one, or other, or all of these, are particularly considered, and refuted. Occasioned by Dr. Butler's late book, entitled, the analogy of religion natural and revealed, to the constitution and course of nature. Offered to the consideration of the clergy, among all denominations of Christians. To which are added two dissertations, viz. I. Concerning the sense and meaning of St. Paul's words, Titus iii. 10, 11. A man that is an heretick, after the first and second admonition, reject: knowing that he that is such, is subverted, and sinneth, being condemned of himself. II. Concerning the time for keeping a Sabbath. Offered to the consideration of the sabbatarians. In a letter to.
Butler, Joseph, 1692-1752. : A second vindication of Mr. Locke, wherein his sentiments relating to personal identity are clear'd up from some mistakes of the Rev. Dr. Butler, in his dissertation on that subject. And the various objections rais'd against Mr. Locke, by the learned author of An enquiry into the nature o the human soul, are consider'd. To which are added Reflections on some Passages of Dr. Watts's Philosophical Essays. By Vin. Perronet, A. M. Vicar of Shoreham in Kent and Chaplain to the Right Hon. Earl Stanhope.
Analogy (Religion) -- History -- 18th century. : The analogy of religion, natural and revealed, to the constitution and course of nature : to which are added, two brief dissertations : I. On personal identity. II. On the nature of virtue : together with a charge delivered to the clergy of the Diocese of Durham, at the primary visitation, in the year M.DCC.LI / by Joseph Butler.