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Henry Layton (1622–1705) was a minor British philosopher, theological writer, and contemporary of John Locke.Wolfgang Lefèvre Between Leibniz, Newton, and Kant: philosophy and science in the .p160 2001 "polemic was in fact started by a certain Henry Layton (1622-1705) who undertook to reply to Bentley's famous Boyle lecture of 4th April 1692 entitled Matter and Motion cannot think.": Layton's attack on Bentley was continued in ...John W. Yolton, John Valdimir Price, J. N. Stephens The dictionary of eighteenth-century British philosophers: Vol 2 1999Theodore Besterman, Institut et musée Voltaire Studies on Voltaire and the eighteenth century Vol 27 1963 "Hostility remained the lot of the Soûl Sleepers until the end of the move- ment. A Soul Sleeper of the period of Locke, Henry Layton (1622- 1705), spent the final years of his life attacking and replying to the replies of his numerous "Rivista critica di storia della filosofia: Vol 33 1978 "... esposte alla fine del '600 da quel singolare personaggio isolato che fu Henry Layton (1622-1705) si veda Giancarlo Carabelli, « Un pio anglicano alla ricerca dell'anima materiale », Materiali filosofici (Pavia), 1 (1975), 36-47."

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by Layton, Henry, 1622-1705
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