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Titre : The interpretation of religious experience;:...
Éditeur : Maclehose
Etat du livre : Good
Description du livre James Maclehose and Sons, Glasgow, 1912. Hardcover. État : Near Fine. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Two volumes in red boards with gilt titles to spines. 375 and 342 pages. Owner signatures to ffeps, scattered light pencil marks in margins. Vol. I: Development of Greek Religion and Theology; Primitive Christianity and Its Exponents; From Origen to Thomas Aquinas; Dante's Theology and Politics; Eckhart, Descartes and Spinoza; Leibnitz, Locke and the English Deists; Berkeley and Hume; The Critical Philosophy; Hegel's Relation to Kant; Hegel's Philosophy of Religion. Vol. II: Faith, Knowledge and Mythology; The Fallacy of Radical Empiricism; The Realistic View of the World; The Perceptive Stage of Knowledge; The Scientific View of the World; The Religious Consciousness and Deism; Naturalism and Evolution; Creation, Evolution and the Distinction of Body and Mind; Personal and Absolute Idealism; Hypothetical Theism, Absolutism and Mysticism; The Problem of Evil; Evil and Its Atonement; The Invisible Church and Immortality. Extra shipping charges may apply for this two volume set. N° de réf. du libraire 001775