- Introduction (I)
- Introduction (II)
- Philosophical foundations of Unitarianism – John Locke, the Moral Sense, and David Hartley
- Unitarianism’s social vision
- “Loose the female mind” – Unitarianism and feminism
- The Unitarian Radicals
- The Monthly Repository
- Unitarianism and Utilitarianism
- The Philosophic Radicals
- Joseph Priestley, LL.D. (1733-1804)
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