William Molyneux

Died aged 42

William Molyneux FRS (/ˈmɒlɪnjuː/; 17 April 1656 – 11 October 1698) was an Anglo-Irish writer on science, politics and natural philosophy. He is noted as a close friend of fellow philosopher John Locke, and for proposing Molyneux's Problem, a thought experiment widely discussed.

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Natural Philosopher and Patriot, William Molyneux, 1656-1698, Founder of the Dublin Philosophical Society, Site of the first meeting of the D.P.S., Dublin Tourism

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