A Discourse concerning the True Notion of the Lords Supper. London: 1642.
The Union of Christ and the Church in a Shadow. London: 1642.
A Sermon Preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at Westminster, March 31. 1647. Cambridge: 1647.
A Sermon Preached to the Honourable Society of Lincolnes-Inne. London: 1664.
The True Intellectual System of the Universe: The First Part; Wherein, All the Reason and Philosophy of Atheism is Confuted; and Its Impossibility Demonstrated, London: 1678.
A Treatise Concerning Eternal and Immutable Reality, edited by Edward Chandler. London: 1731.
An Abridgment of Dr. Cudworth’s True Intellectual Systerm of the Universe, 2 vols. London: 1732.
Systema intellectuale huius universi, translated by Johann Lorenz Mosheim. Jena: 1733.
The True Intellectual System of the Universe: The First Part, 2 vols, 2nd edition, edited by Thomas Birch. London: 1743.
A Treatise of Freewill, edited by John Allen. London: 1838.
The True Intellectual System of the Universe, 3 vols, edited by John Harrison. London: Thomas Tegg, 1845.
‘Two undated letters to John Stoughton’ in Thomas Solly, The Will Human and Divine. London: 1856.
‘A Sermon Preached before the House of Commons. March 31st 1647’ in The Cambridge Platonists, edited by C.A. Patrides. London: Edward Arnold, 1969.
A Treatise Concerning Eternal and Immutable Reality, edited by Sarah Hutton. Cambridge: CUP, 1996.
‘A Treatise on Freewill’ in A Treatise Concerning Eternal and Immutable Reality, edited by Sarah Hutton. Cambridge: CUP, 1996.
‘Additional Manuscript no. 4981’ (On the Nature of Liberum Arbitrium) introduced by J.L. Breteau, in The Cambridge Platonists in Philosophical Context, edited by G.A.J. Rogers et al. Dordrect: Kluwer, 1997.
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See also: Thomas Wise, A Confutation of the Reason and Philosophy of Atheism: Being in a Great Measure either an Abridgment or an Improvement of what Dr Cudworth offer’d to that Purpose in his True Intellectual System of the Universe, 2 vols. London: 1706.
British Library Additional MS 4978: Manuscript treatise, untitled, printed in 1838 (ed. Allen) and 1996 (ed. Hutton) with the editorial title ‘A Treatise of Freewill’
British Library Additional MS 4979: Part of a work titled ‘De libero arbitrio’: contains 4 chapters
British Library Additional MS 4980: Part of a work titled ‘De libero arbitrio’: contains 11 chapters
British Library Additional MS 4981: Writings on freewill: contains 3 chapters; followed by a summary, printed in 1997 (ed. Breteau) in The Cambridge Platonists in Philosophical Context, ed. Rogers et al.
British Library Additional MS 4982: Portions of 3 separate works; the first two portions are titled ‘Of Liberum Arbitrium or Freewill’ and ‘[The True Intellectual System] Book II.’; the third section, untitled, is also on the subject of freewill
British Library Additional MSS 4983-5: Works formerly attributed to Cudworth, including notes on the idea of eternal torments, and extracts from various authors
British Library Additional MS 4986: Notes and draft treatises on the Book of Daniel, probably composed and copied by Cudworth and his circle; includes draft letter to Johann Christian Wagensil (unsent?) in Cudworth’s hand (1683), and partial copy letter to John Pearson (unsent?) in amanuensis hand (1683)
British Library Additional MS 4987: Draft treatise on the Book of Daniel, probably composed and copied by Cudworth and his circle
Royal Society Boyle Letters Volume 2, fos. 83-6: Two letters to Robert Boyle (1664 and 1684)
Bodleian Library, D’Orville MS 471, pp. 1-2: Copy letter to Isaac Vossius (1681): location of original unknown
Bodleian Library, Rawlinson MS A.28, pp. 116-17: Letter to John Thurloe (1655)
Bodleian Library, Rawlinson MS A.38, pp. 259-61, 305-8: Two letters to John Thurloe (1656)
Bodleian Library, Rawlinson MS A.58, pp. 196-9: Letter to John Thurloe (undated)
Bodleian Library, Rawlinson MS A.63, fos. 10-11: Letter to John Thurloe (1659)
Bodleian Library, MS Selden Supra 108, fos. 1-2: Letter to John Selden (1647)
Bodleian Library, MS Selden Supra 109, fos. 258-73: 8 letters to John Selden (1642-7 and others undated)
Bodleian Library, Tanner MS 39, fo. 115: Letter to William Sancroft (1678)
Bodleian Library, Tanner MS 44, fo. 191: Letter to Benjamin Laney (1670)
Bodleian Library, Tanner MS 92, fo. 105: Letter to unnamed recipient, for the attention of William Sancroft (1682)
Bodleian Library, Tanner MS 290, fo. 154: Letter to William Sancroft (1678)
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