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John Smith (born 1618 in Achurch, Northamptonshire – died August 7, 1652 in Cambridge) was an English philosopher, theologian, and educator.
He entered Emmanuel College, Cambridge, in 1636, took his B.A. in 1640 and his M.A. in 1644, at which time he was chosen fellow of Queens' College. His health seems to have been precarious from the first. His labors were principally confined to his office as teacher, for which he had remarkable qualifications. His preaching was with a rare degree of eloquence, which can still be felt in the Select Discourses (1660). In that work, he writes about several metaphysical and epistemological issues surrounding Christianity - the existence of God, eternal life, and rationality. He gained much local fame as a lecturer on mathematics. His personal character was such as to excite the admiration of his associates in a remarkable degree. As a "founder" of the so-called Cambridge Platonists, his special service was in developing the foundation of a Christian philosophy that was deeply rational, open to the new science, and yet directed to the practical goal of living a religious life.