Religion Without God 1888

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2003 - Religion - 564 pages
This volume is divided into two parts. Part I, entitled Positivism and Mr. Frederic Harrison contains the following chapters: general position of Comte; polity of Comte; philosophy of Comte; religion of humanity. Part II, entitled Agnosticism and Mr. Herbert Spencer contains the following chapters: Mr. Spencer's array of things unknowable; what suffices according to Mr. Spencer to place a thing beyond the line of the knowable; in what consists, according to Mr. Spencer, knowing a thing and not knowing it; is not all our knowledge partial and yet real; Mr. Spencer's doctrine of illusion and phenomena; Mr. Spencer on necessity and free will; Mr. Spencer's view of the origin of the universe; Mr. Spencer's replacement of God; Mr. Spencer's substitute for Christianity.

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