Joseph Glanvill (1636–1680) was an English writer, philosopher, and clergyman. Not himself a scientist, he has been called "the most skillful apologist of the virtuosi", or in other words the leading propagandist for the approach of the English natural philosophers of the later 17th century.
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“The belief of our Reason is an Exercise of Faith, and Faith is an Act of Reason.”
—Joseph Glanvill (16361680)