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BY THE SAME AUTHOR.
LECTURES AND PAPERS ON THE
HISTORY OF THE REFORMA-
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SCIENCE AND THE FAITH :
Crown 8vo, 6s. “Very able and interesting essays by one of the ablest of our clergymen. Seems to us full of ability and candour, and of largeness of speculative grasp.”—The Spectator.
grasp on the history of philosophy shows that the fine old Oxford tradition of Science' is still understood and maintained.”—The Saturday Review.
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THE welcome accorded to “Science and the Faith" makes it unnecessary to apologize for the publication of a companion volume. If any such apology were needed, it would be found in the fact that Aubrey Moore had in his lifetime contemplated such a sequel, and had set aside about half of the papers contained in this volume for that purpose.
It is more necessary to say a word in explanation of the choice of the other papers and of their arrangement. They may seem at first miscellaneous, and but slightly connected; for they represent Aubrey Moore's work as a reviewer, as a lecturer (papers VII. and VIII. being notes of lectures given in his course upon the Ethics of Aristotle), and as a preacher (the two last having been composed as University Sermons). The arrangement passes from Natural Science through Moral and Metaphysical Philosophy to more definite Theology. But any who look beneath the surface will find a striking unity underlying all. There is
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