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Wilde Lecturer on Natural and Comparative Religion in the University ofO xford during the academical years 1911-12 and 1912-13. They may be considered as contributions to the history of Natural Theology in Europe. The first is a general introduction to the subject, the second deals with theN atural Theology of Plato as expounded in the tenth book of theL...
Wilde Lecturer on Natural and Comparative Religion in the University ofO xford during the academical years 1911-12 and 1912-13. They may be considered as contributions to the history of Natural Theology in Europe. The first is a general introduction to the subject, the second deals with theN atural Theology of Plato as expounded in the tenth book of theL aws, the third with mediaeval Natural Theology as represented by six writers, St. A nselm, A belard, St. Thomas A quinas, Raymond of Sebonde, Pietro Pomponazzi, and Lord Herbert of Cherbury. The inclusion of the thinker last named, who might at first seem to belong to the modern rather than to the mediaeval period, was suggested by the plan of Dr. Pfleiderer sR eligionsphilosophie auf geschichtlicher Grundlage. Dr. Pfleiderer takes Spinoza as the first representative of the Philosophy of Religion, which he regards, on grounds which I have ventured to criticize, as a branch of speculation unknown alike to antiquity and to theM iddle A ges. I cannot for my own part draw so sharp a line between the Philosophy of Religion and theN atural Theology which admittedly existed in those earlier periods. No one can be more conscious than myself of the superficiality of the treatment which is here accorded to a subject requiring and deserving a far more thorough investigation. I can only plead in my own excuse that anO xford college tutor can only undertake work such as belongs to theL ectureship which I was privileged to hold from 1911 to 1914, if he is prepared to accomplish less than might reasonably be demanded from a lecturer able to devote the whole or even the major part of his time to the duties of the lectureship.(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)About the Publisher Forgotten Books is a publisher of historical writings, such as: Philosophy, Classics, Science, Religion, History, Folklore and Mythology.<B
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