Walter Charleton

About Walter Charleton

Birth Day: February 2, 1619
Birth Place: England
Died On: Apr 24, 1707 (age 88)
Birth Sign: Aquarius

Walter Charleton Net Worth

Walter Charleton was bornon February 2, 1619 in England. A seventeenth-century English philosopher and author, he is known for works such as "The Darkness of Atheism Dispelled by the Light of Nature" (1652) and "Epicurus's Morals" (1656). His writings typically focus on history, archaeology, and theology.
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💰 Net worth: 40 million

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About

A seventeenth-century English Philosopher and author, he is known for works such as "The Darkness of Atheism Dispelled by the Light of Nature" (1652) and "Epicurus's Morals" (1656). His writings typically focus on history, archaeology, and theology.

Before Fame

He began studying at Magdalen Hall, Oxford when he was just sixteen years old; by the time he was twenty-two, he had earned his medical degree. He published his first work, Deliramenta Catarrhi, in 1650.

Trivia

In his 1663 work, Chorea Gigantum, he attempted to provide evidence that Stonehenge had been constructed by the Danes.

Family Life

He was born in Somerset, England and was educated during his younger years by his minister father. He moved to London in 1650.

Associated With

He was an influential English natural Philosopher, as was Joseph Priestley.