The world unmask'd: or, The philosopher the greatest cheat; in twenty-four dialogues between Crito a philosopher, Philo a lawyer, and Erastus, a merchant. In which true virtue is distinguished from what usually bears the name or resemblance of it: the many prejudices and mistakes in judgment and practice, in regard to conscience and religion, are examined and rectified ... To which is added, The state of souls separated from their bodies ... in answer to a treatise, entitled, An enquiry into Origenism. Together with a large introduction, evincing the same truth from the principles of natural religion

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Huber, Marie, 1695-1753. The world unmask'd: or, The philosopher the greatest cheat; in twenty-four dialogues between Crito a philosopher, Philo a lawyer, and Erastus, a merchant. In which true virtue is distinguished from what usually bears the name or resemblance of it: the many prejudices and mistakes in judgment and practice, in regard to conscience and religion, are examined and rectified ... To which is added, The state of souls separated from their bodies ... in answer to a treatise, entitled, An enquiry into Origenism. Together with a large introduction, evincing the same truth from the principles of natural religion. 1736. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/001379446. (Accessed November 13, 2018.)
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Huber, Marie, 1695-1753, (1736) The world unmask'd: or, The philosopher the greatest cheat; in twenty-four dialogues between Crito a philosopher, Philo a lawyer, and Erastus, a merchant. In which true virtue is distinguished from what usually bears the name or resemblance of it: the many prejudices and mistakes in judgment and practice, in regard to conscience and religion, are examined and rectified ... To which is added, The state of souls separated from their bodies ... in answer to a treatise, entitled, An enquiry into Origenism. Together with a large introduction, evincing the same truth from the principles of natural religion. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/001379446
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Huber, Marie, 1695-1753. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/001379446>.
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