Philosophical Theology - Vol. 2

Philosophical Theology - Vol. 2

Philosophical Theology - Vol. 2

Philosophical Theology - Vol. 2

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This volume is continuous with the first. But while its opening chapters still carry on the inquiry, begun in the preceding volume, into the scope and nature of science of the physical world, they also contain the first stages of an argument for theism, and so effect the transition from philosophical prolegomena to natural theology.

Professor E. W. Hobson has been so kind as to read this part of my work while it was in manuscript, and I am gratefully indebted to him for comments and suggestions of which I have made use.

I would also express my thanks to the Syndics of the Cambridge University Press for their permission to reproduce some of the substance of essays which I had previously contributed to a volume entitled The Elements of Pain and Conflict in Human Life, etc., and to Messrs Hodder and Stoughton for allowing me to reprint passages from articles of mine which had appeared in The Expositor.

F. R. TENNANT

1929 . . .

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