Annus Sophiae Jubilaeus, The Sophick Constitution: or, The Evil Customs of the World Reform'd. A Dialogue between a Philadept and a Citizen; Concerning The Possibility of the Sophick Transmutation; The Probability that there are Adepts in the World; And, in that Case, the Duties of Adepts and Other Men to each other, and the Advantages that would accrue from the Observation of those Duties. To which is added, A Summary of some Conferences with an Artist, &c.

TitleAnnus Sophiae Jubilaeus, The Sophick Constitution: or, The Evil Customs of the World Reform'd. A Dialogue between a Philadept and a Citizen; Concerning The Possibility of the Sophick Transmutation; The Probability that there are Adepts in the World; And, in that Case, the Duties of Adepts and Other Men to each other, and the Advantages that would accrue from the Observation of those Duties. To which is added, A Summary of some Conferences with an Artist, &c.
Year for Search1700
Date Published1700
PublisherPtd. for A. Baldwin
Place PublishedLondon
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Discusses regulations that would be established if adepts would cooperate with a good Prince. See also 1698 A Philadept. An Essay Concerning Adepts and 1700 The Adept’s Case.

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Rpt. in Modern British Utopias 1700-1850. Ed. Gregory Claeys. 8 vols. (London: Pickering & Chatto, 1997), 1: 1-46.

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1700 Annus Sophiae Jubilaeus, The Sophick Constitution: or, The Evil Customs of the World Reform’d. A Dialogue between a Philadept and a Citizen; Concerning The Possibility of the Sophick Transmutation; The Probability that there are Adepts in the World; And, in that Case, the Duties of Adepts and Other Men to each other, and the Advantages that would accrue from the Observation of those Duties. To which is added, A Summary of some Conferences with an Artist, &c. London: Ptd. for A. Baldwin. Rpt. in Modern British Utopias 1700-1850. Ed. Gregory Claeys. 8 vols. (London: Pickering & Chatto, 1997), 1: 1-46. C

Discusses regulations that would be established if adepts would cooperate with a good Prince. See also 1698 A Philadept. An Essay Concerning Adepts and 1700 The Adept’s Case.