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" I wish the lecturers to treat their subject as a strict natural science, the greatest of all possible sciences— indeed, in one sense, the only science— that of Infinite Being — without reference to or reliance upon any supposed special exceptional... "
Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society - Página 313
por American Antiquarian Society - 1888
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Zoroastre, Confucius et Mahomet, comparés comme sectaires, législateurs et ...

Claude Emmanuel Joseph Pierre marquis de Pastoret - 1787 - 477 páginas
...earnest inquirers after truth. He further desires the Lecturers to treat their subject " as a strictly natural science, the greatest of all possible sciences,...without reference to, or reliance upon, any supposed exceptional or so-called miraculous revelation." He afterwards fixes the term of office at two years,...
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The Science and Philosophy of the Organism, Volumen1

Hans Driesch - 1908
...features of the lectures, he continues : " I wish the lecturers to treat their subject as a strictly natural science, the greatest of all possible sciences,...one sense, the only science, that of Infinite Being. ... I wish it considered just as astronomy or chemistry is." Of course, it is not possible to understand...
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Messenger, Volumen50

1908
...special features of the lectures he continues: " I wish the lectures to treat their subject as a strictly natural science, the greatest of all possible sciences...one sense the only science, that of Infinite Being. I wish it considered just as astronomy or chemistry is." Commenting on this, Professor Driesch says:...
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Christian Reformer, Volumen3

1887
...of and earnest inquirers after truth. (5) I wish the lecturers to treat their subject as a strictly natural science, the greatest of all possible sciences...reliance upon any supposed special, exceptional, or so called miraculous, revelation. I wish it considered just as astronomy or chemistry is. I have intentionally...
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Natural Religion: The Gifford Lectures Delivered Before the University of ...

Friedrich Max Müller - 1889 - 608 páginas
...'/ wish Natural Theology to be treated by my lecturers as astronomy or chemistry is, as a strictly natural science, the greatest of all possible sciences, indeed, in one sense, the only science.' that theology should not stand aloof from the onward stream of human knowledge, that it should not be treated...
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Natural Religion: The Gifford Lectures Delivered Before the University of ...

Friedrich Max Müller - 1889 - 608 páginas
...'/ wish Natural Theology to be treated by my lecturers as astronomy or chemistry is, as a strictly natural science, the greatest of all possible sciences, indeed, in one sense, the only science.' What does that mean 1 It seems to me to mean that this observant and clear-headed Scotch lawyer, though...
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The Theological Monthly: An Exponent of Current Christian Thought ..., Volumen3

1890
...after, truth." The testator further directs, "I wish the lecturers to treat their subject as a strictly natural science, the greatest of all possible sciences,...without reference to or reliance upon any supposed exceptional and so-called miraculous revelation. I wish it considered just as astronomy or chemistry...
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The Theosophist, Volumen11

1890
...follows : — "I wish the Lecturers to treat their subjects as a strictly natural science, the ^reatrst of all possible sciences, indeed in one sense the...Infinite Being, without reference to or reliance upon япу supposed special exceptional or so-called miraculous revelation. I wish it considered just as...
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Philosophy and Theology: Being the First Edinburgh University Gifford Lectures

James Hutchison Stirling - 1890 - 407 páginas
...again, and to feel relieved from all doubt relatively. " The First and Only Cause," " the Sole Being," " the greatest of all possible sciences, — indeed,...sense, the only science, that of Infinite Being," — surely when Lord Gifford solicits " sound views " on such subjects, and so expressed, he is speaking...
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The Universalist Quarterly and General Review, Volumen27;Volumen47

1890
...founder, " natural theology to be treated by my lecturers as astronomy or chemistry is, as a strictly natural science, the greatest of all possible sciences, indeed in one sense the only science." And he especially provides that " the lecturers shall be subjected to no test of any kind, and shall...
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