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Problems of biology

By: Sandeman, George
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Twelve Essays

By: Burry, Frederic W

...ualities. "I ! > T ' ^/ ^ IDBALlSn t T DEALISM, or Mertal Science, is the philosophy that teaches all is mind. Everything in the objective universe i... .... One of the sayings of Jesus that have come down to us contains the whole philosophy of life. 4^ He tells us to seek first the kingdom of God, and al... ... your teachings as to the necessity of correct believing or thinking. Your philosophy, which is the same as all great thinkers' philosophies, is summe... ...here is one thought that stands out more prominently than the rest in this philosophy of mental science it is the power of a determined will. /Che men...

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Sociology and Ethics

By: Cary Hayes Edward

... it is not forgotten that with both Comte and Spencer sociology began as a philosophy of life. And it would cause the writer no distress of mind if in... ...ersities the teaching of sociology should be assigned to the department of philosophy. I am fully aware that the way to secure great vogue for a book ... ...INDEX 351 SOCIOLOGY AND ETHICS CHAPTER I THE CREED OF THE INCREDULOUS A philosophy is almost as necessary to civilized society as a language. The p... ...ism or agnosticism. Religious ethics was rein- forced for a time by "moral philosophy"; but moral philosophy like that of Kant was unscientific and is... ...r most minds dead. Look at Germany! Neither the religion of Luther nor the philosophy of Kant 2 guides her life. Her national policy has exhibited a t... ...resent and are among the parents of human- ity's future we derive the true philosophy of life which affords us motive and adjustment. Human life is so... ... all the rela- tions of life, that is adequate as the major premise of our philosophy, the fountain of our sentiments and the mainspring of our conduc... ..., the sciences have gone over from the realm of preknowledge, the realm of philosophy and metaphysics in the bad a priori sense, to the realm of philo... ...ument three remarks require attention. First: Whatever is true of faith or philosophy, science cannot be influenced by such an argument. It is the mis...

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The Writings of Thomas Paine;

By: Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809; Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907
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Theoretical biology

By: Uexküll, Jakob von, 1864-1944; Mackinnon, Doris L. (Doris Livingston)
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The Writings of Thomas Paine;

By: Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809; Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907

...ize for the present undertaking ; but, as to be right is the first wish of philosophy, and the first principle of history, he will, I presume, accept ... ... commenced, proceeds to make some remarks thereon. " In short," says he, " philosophy, whose first sentiment is the desire to see all governments just... ... if wrong, it merits no excuse. It is sent into the world as an opinion of philosophy, and may be examined without regard to the author. It seems to b... ...ppressions, and menaced with the prospects of new ones, is the calmness of philosophy or the palsy of insensibility to be looked for? Mr. Burke exclai... ...ir own subsistence and comfort. Apart from all reflections of morality and philosophy, it is a melancholy fact that more than one- fourth of the labou... ...tercourse of nations by an exchange of benefits, is a subject as worthy of philosophy as of politics. 1792] ^SIGHTS OF MAN. 457 Commerce is no other ...

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Recent Advances in Physiology and Bio-Chemistry

By: Hill, Leonard Erskine, Sir, B. 1866
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The Writings of Thomas Paine;

By: Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809; Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907

...ed to the purposes of power and revenue ; and it yet remains to reason and philosophy to abolish the amphibiousftj 26 THE WRITINGS OF THOMAS PAINE. C... ... it has made a revolution in Theology. "" That which is now called natural philosophy, embracing the whole circle ..ol-sdence. of which astronomy occu... ...s to better studies. The schools of the Greeks were schools of science and philosophy, and not of lan- guages ; and it is in the knowledge ofthe thing... ... of lan- guages ; and it is in the knowledge ofthe things that science and philosophy teach that learning consists. Almost all the scientific learning... ...ctricity and magnetism ; so also would many other experiments in nat- ural philosophy, to those who are not acquainted with the subject. The restoring... ...delay it no longer. The just and humane principles of the Revolution which Philosophy had first ^iffused, had been departed from. The Idea, always dan... ...ing famous for, were very ignorant of. The allusions to objects of natural philosophy are frequent and strong, and are of a different cast to any thin... ... and the mere drudge in business is but little better : whereas, nat- ural philosophy, mathematical and mechanical science, are a continual source of ... ... the properties of inanimate matter, is a text as well for devotion as for philosophy—for gratitude, as for human im- provement. It will perhaps be sa...

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A Text-Book of Physiological Chemistry

By: Hammarsten, Olof, 1841-1932; Mandel, John Alfred, B. 1865
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The Writings of Thomas Paine;

By: Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809; Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907

...n these subjects harmonize more nearly with much of the advanced political philosophy of the present day, and his arguments are often used by writers ... ...erschomus Carmichael's "Puffendorf"; Francis Hutcheson's " System of Moral Philosophy" ; Montesquieu's " Spirit of the Laws''; Blackstone's "Commentar... ...ue with a man who has renounced the use and authority of reason, and whose philosophy consists in hold- ing humanity in contempt, is like administerin... ...h France is open, noble, and generous. It is true policy, founded on sound philosophy, and neither a surrender or mortgage, as you would scandalously ... ...o finish it with an asser- tion which has no foundation, either in fact or philosophy ; and as Mr. Ferguson, your secretary, is a man of letters, and ... ...land, and by way of ' Adam Ferguson (b. 1724, d. 1816), Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Edinburgh, author of an " Essay on the Hist... ... Essay on the History of Civil Society " (1767), and " Institutes of Moral Philosophy" (1769). — Editor. 268 THE WRITINGS OF THOMAS PAINE. \m1^ luggi... ... the passions, in order to ascertain the probable conduct of mankind, is a philosophy in politics which thosewho preside at St. James's have no concep... ...his 282 THE WRITINGS OF THOMAS PAINE. [1778 happiness to have in him more philosophy than sentiment, for he bears flogging Hke a top, and sleeps the ...

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The Physiological Action and Therapeutic Uses of Yeast Nucleic Acid: With Special Reference to

By: Victor Clarence Vaughan
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Evolution and Origin of Life

By: Bastian, H. Charlton

...he Doctrine of Evolution has been more or less directly involved in those depart- ments of Science and Philosophy which have during this period receiv... ...ence of natural phenomena. It equally implies that natural events do not vary sponta- neously. It is a philosophy which deals with natural phenomena i... ...orizon—driven out of the field by the steady advance of Law and Order. Those who embrace the Evolution Philosophy are foremost in this opinion — they ... ...ypothesis, nor does he adopt a definition of biological "individuality" at variance with the Evolution Philosophy. He distinctly teaches that living m... ... I would now direct the reader's attention. Why should men of such acknowledged eminence in matters of Philosophy and Science as Mr. Herbert Spencer a... ...t fully believe in the Evolution Hypothesis, andwho still cling, more or less fully, to a 'vitalistic' philosophy appear bewildered, if not terrified,... ...m, or, indeed, to peculiar views of any kind, in opposition to facts as they arise, is the bane of all philosophy." Well indeed will it be for Science... ...follows that in the study of nature and its laws, we ought at once « Discourse on the Study of Natural Philosophy, p. 204. t Idem, p. 79. E 50 EVOLUT... ...ancient custom of mere passive observation and enumeration, against which the founder of the Inductive Philosophy so strongly raised his voice.* So fa...

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Physiological Chemistry: A Text-Book and Manual for Students

By: Albert Prescott Mathews
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The Domain of Physiology; Or, Nature in Thought and Language

By: Thomas Sterry Hunt
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Outline of Physiological Chemistry

By: Charles Henry Ralfe
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The Origin of Life; Being an Account of Experiments with Certain Superheated Saline Solutions in Hermetically Sealed Vessels

By: Bastian, H. Charlton

...n science." — Chicago Tribune^ 15.—The Nature ofMan. Studies in Optimistic Philosophy. By £li» Metchnikoff, Professor at the Pasteur Institute. Transl...

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Laboratory Work in Physiological Chemistry

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The Harvard Theological Review : 1915 Jan No. 1, Vol. 8

...ontinues to publish compelling original research that contributes to the development of scholarly understanding and interpretation in the history and philosophy of religious thought in all traditions and periods - including the areas of Judaic studies, Hebrew Bible, New Testament, Christianity, archaeology, comparative religious studies, theology and ethics....

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Laboratory Work in Physiological Chemistry

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Life : A Monthly Magazine of Christian Metaphysics

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A Laboratory Manual of Physiological Chemistry

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The Harvard Theological Review : 1920 Jan No. 1, Vol. 13

...ontinues to publish compelling original research that contributes to the development of scholarly understanding and interpretation in the history and philosophy of religious thought in all traditions and periods - including the areas of Judaic studies, Hebrew Bible, New Testament, Christianity, archaeology, comparative religious studies, theology and ethics....

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Outlines of Physiological Chemistry

By: Charles Henry Ralfe
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The Harvard Theological Review : 1914 Jul No. 3, Vol. 7

...ontinues to publish compelling original research that contributes to the development of scholarly understanding and interpretation in the history and philosophy of religious thought in all traditions and periods - including the areas of Judaic studies, Hebrew Bible, New Testament, Christianity, archaeology, comparative religious studies, theology and ethics....

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Notes of Demonstrations on Physiological Chemistry

By: Samuel William Moore
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The Harvard Theological Review : 1913 Oct No. 4, Vol. 6

...ontinues to publish compelling original research that contributes to the development of scholarly understanding and interpretation in the history and philosophy of religious thought in all traditions and periods - including the areas of Judaic studies, Hebrew Bible, New Testament, Christianity, archaeology, comparative religious studies, theology and ethics....

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A Laboratory Handbook of Urine Analysis and Physiological Chemistry

By: Charles George Lewis Wolf
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The Harvard Theological Review : 1912 Jan No. 1, Vol. 5

...ontinues to publish compelling original research that contributes to the development of scholarly understanding and interpretation in the history and philosophy of religious thought in all traditions and periods - including the areas of Judaic studies, Hebrew Bible, New Testament, Christianity, archaeology, comparative religious studies, theology and ethics....

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A Laboratory Handbook of Urine Analysis and Physiological Chemistry

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The Harvard Theological Review : 1920 Oct No. 4, Vol. 13

...ontinues to publish compelling original research that contributes to the development of scholarly understanding and interpretation in the history and philosophy of religious thought in all traditions and periods - including the areas of Judaic studies, Hebrew Bible, New Testament, Christianity, archaeology, comparative religious studies, theology and ethics....

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The Harvard Theological Review : 1912 Apr No. 2, Vol. 5

...ontinues to publish compelling original research that contributes to the development of scholarly understanding and interpretation in the history and philosophy of religious thought in all traditions and periods - including the areas of Judaic studies, Hebrew Bible, New Testament, Christianity, archaeology, comparative religious studies, theology and ethics....

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The Harvard Theological Review : 1920 Apr No. 2, Vol. 13

...ontinues to publish compelling original research that contributes to the development of scholarly understanding and interpretation in the history and philosophy of religious thought in all traditions and periods - including the areas of Judaic studies, Hebrew Bible, New Testament, Christianity, archaeology, comparative religious studies, theology and ethics....

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The Harvard Theological Review : 1922 Jan No. 1, Vol. 15

...ontinues to publish compelling original research that contributes to the development of scholarly understanding and interpretation in the history and philosophy of religious thought in all traditions and periods - including the areas of Judaic studies, Hebrew Bible, New Testament, Christianity, archaeology, comparative religious studies, theology and ethics....

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The Harvard Theological Review : 1908 Oct No. 4, Vol. 1

...ontinues to publish compelling original research that contributes to the development of scholarly understanding and interpretation in the history and philosophy of religious thought in all traditions and periods - including the areas of Judaic studies, Hebrew Bible, New Testament, Christianity, archaeology, comparative religious studies, theology and ethics....

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Religio Doctoris : Meditations Upon Life and Thought

By: Sanders, Frederic William, 1864-1919

...ress, Boston, U. S. A. TO CHARLES WILLIAM ELIOT, LL. D. THE LAYMAN IN RELIGION AND IN PHILOSOPHY whose election to the presidency of Harvard College ... ... my student and friend, a man of culture, personal charm, and with special training in philosophy, lived for some time hi the expectation of speedy de... ...DUCTION BY G. STANLEY HALL. I A REVEBY WHEREIN THE FOLLOWING ESSAYS ARE CONCEIVED 9 II PHILOSOPHY AND EVERYDAY LIFE 13 III THE NATURE OF EXPLANATION A... ... Almighty Personal Creator and Ruler of the Universe, who loves us as his children. n PHILOSOPHY AND EVERYDAY LIFE As a man thinketh, so is he PROVER... ...nt, again, a still different classification of the tilings mentioned above would have PHILOSOPHY AND EVERYDAY LIFE 15 to be made, a classification th... ...titheses; a disposi- tion that has found theoretical expression in the widely accepted philosophy of Kant, and that also showed itself in the manner i... ...in water-tight compartments of his brain, when he realized that, if his religious and PHILOSOPHY AND EVERYDAY LIFE 17 his scientific ideas were both ... ...nd vague assump- tions as to the utter separateness of different "worlds of thought"? PHILOSOPHY AND EVERYDAY LIFE 19 Thus it happens that today, aft... ... We speak fluently of science and of com- merce, of art and of nature, of the field of philosophy and the field of industrial activity; and within the...

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The Harvard Theological Review : 1909 Jul No. 3, Vol. 2

...ontinues to publish compelling original research that contributes to the development of scholarly understanding and interpretation in the history and philosophy of religious thought in all traditions and periods - including the areas of Judaic studies, Hebrew Bible, New Testament, Christianity, archaeology, comparative religious studies, theology and ethics....

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