Science, Religion and Reality

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SCIENCE RELIGION
AND REALITY
ARTHUR JAMES, EARL OF
BALFOUR, O.M., F.R.S.
BRONISLAW MALINOWSKI , PH.D., D.Sc.
CHARLES SINGER, M.D.,
D.LITT.
ANTONIO ALIOTTA, D.PHIL.
ARTHUR S. EDDINGTON,
M.A., F.R.S.
JOSEPH NEEDHAM, M.A.
JOHN W. OMAN, D.PHIL.,
D.D.
WILLIAM BROWN, M.A.,
M.D., D.Sc.
CLEMENT C. J. WEBB, M.A.,
LL.D.
WILLIAM RALPH INGE,
D.D., LL.D.

EDITED BY
JOSEPH NEEDHAM

New York
THE MACMILLAN COMPANY

1925
All rights reserved

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  • Title Page *
  • Editorial Committee *
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  • Introduction 1
  • Magic Science and Religion 19
  • Contents 20
  • Historical Relations Of Religion and Science 85
  • Science and Religion in The Nineteenth Century 149
  • Contents 150
  • The Domain of Physical Science 187
  • Contents 188
  • Mechanistic Biology and The Religious Consciousness 219
  • Contents 220
  • The Sphere of Religion 259
  • Contents 260
  • Religion and Psychology 301
  • Contents 302
  • Science Christianity And Modern Civilisation 329
  • Contents 330
  • Conclusion 345
  • Index 391
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