Representative Essays in Modern Thought: A Basis for Composition

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COPYRIGHT, 1913, BY H. R. STEEVES AND F. H. RISTINE

COPYRIGHT, 1913, IN GREAT BRITAIN

REPRESENTATIVE ESSAYS

W. P. 3

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Title Page ii
  • Preface iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • I - Sweetness and Light 1
  • II - Science and Culture 28
  • III - The Ethics of Belief 46
  • IV - The Will to Believe 73
  • V - Of the Liberty of Thought And Discussion 98
  • VI - Of the Possible Utility of Error 141
  • VII - The Scientific Bases of Optimism 163
  • VIII - Darwin on the Origin of Species 199
  • IX - Darwinism as Applied to Man 238
  • X - The Belfast Address 272
  • XI - Truth and Immortality 321
  • XII - Law and Justice 341
  • XIII - The Prospects of Popular Government 376
  • XIV - Ethics of Corporate Management 412
  • XV - The Labor Question from The Socialist Standpoint 430
  • XVI - Education and the Socialist Movement 454
  • XVII - The Subjection of Women 470
  • XVIII - The Future of Woman 502
  • XIX - The Moral Equivalent of War 519
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