The Principles of Nature, Her Divine Revelations, and A Voice to Mankind. In Three Parts. Part First. Any theory, hypothesis, philosophy, sect, creed, morality will bloom with an or institution that fears investigation, openly manifests its own error. Part Second. Reason is a flower of the spirit, and its fragrance is liberty and knowledge. Part Third. When distributive justice pervades the social world, virtue and morality will bloom with an immortal beauty; while the Sun of Righteousness will arise in the horizon of universal industry, and shed its genial rays over all the fields of peace, plenty, and human happiness!

TitleThe Principles of Nature, Her Divine Revelations, and A Voice to Mankind. In Three Parts. Part First. Any theory, hypothesis, philosophy, sect, creed, morality will bloom with an or institution that fears investigation, openly manifests its own error. Part Second. Reason is a flower of the spirit, and its fragrance is liberty and knowledge. Part Third. When distributive justice pervades the social world, virtue and morality will bloom with an immortal beauty; while the Sun of Righteousness will arise in the horizon of universal industry, and shed its genial rays over all the fields of peace, plenty, and human happiness!
Year for Search1847
AuthorsDavis, Andrew Jackson(1826-1910)
Date Published1847
PublisherPublished by S.S. Lyon and Wm. Fishbough
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Includes a detailed eutopia based on cooperation at the end of an exposition of Davis’s theology and world view. See also 1874 and 1878 Davis.

Additional Publishers

32nd ed. Boston, MA: William White & Co., 1871.

Info Notes

See also 1874 and 1878 Davis.

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Author Note

Davis (1826-1910) was a well-known spiritualist. 

Full Text

1847 Davis, Andrew Jackson (1826-1910). The Principles of Nature, Her Divine Revelations, and A Voice to Mankind. By and Through Andrew Jackson Davis, The “Poughkeepsie Seer” and “Clairvoyant.” In Three Parts. Part First. Any theory, hypothesis, philosophy, sect, creed, or institution that fears investigation, openly manifests its own error. Part Second. Reason is a flower of the spirit, and its fragrance is liberty and knowledge. Part Third. When distributive justice pervades the social world, virtue and morality will bloom with an immortal beauty; while the Sun of Righteousness will arise in the horizon of universal industry, and shed its genial rays over all the fields of peace, plenty, and Human Happiness! New York: Published by S. S. Lyon and Wm. Fishbough. 32nd ed. Boston, MA: William White & Co., 1871. PSt

Includes a detailed eutopia based on cooperation at the end of an exposition of Davis’s theology and world view. See also 1874 and 1878 Davis.