Philalethes

Philalethes (Greek: φιλαλήθης, philaléthēs, pronounced [filalétɛːs]) was an Ancient Greek name, also often adopted in pseudonyms (based on its literal translation, "lover of truth"). It may apply to:

* ''Philalethes'', book by Severus of Antioch * Alazonomastix Philalethes, pseudonym of Henry More * Alexander Philalethes * Demosthenes Philalethes * Eirenaeus Philalethes, alchemical writer, now usually identified with George Starkey * Eugenius Philalethes, alchemical writer, now usually identified with Thomas Vaughan (philosopher) * Irenaeus Philalethes, pseudonym of Lewis Du Moulin * Philalethes Cantabrigiensis, pseudonym of James Jurin * Philalethes, pen-name of William Hazlitt * Philalethes, pseudonym of John of Saxony as translator of Dante's ''Divine Comedy'' * Philalethes, pen-name of Henry Portsmouth, author of an index to William Penn's works (1730) * Philalethes is a character in Humphry Davy's Consolations in Travel (1830) Provided by Wikipedia
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    Published 1764
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