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By: Carolus Linnaeus
149 pages, no illustrations
Carolus Linnaeus (1707-1778) is probably best know for his work in describing classification systems in botany. This work, originally written for his youngest son, sets out his theological belief in terms of good and evil, punishment and reward, and a notion of wrongs brought upon oneself.
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