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The question as affected by Modern Science and Philosophy,
1. The Genesis,
Natural Histories of Religion,
Whether Fear created the Idea,
Our Inquiry in the Historical Method, .
Philosophy not Creative of the Religious Idea,
The Indo-European Mythologies; the Older the Simpler,
Oldest Name for God,
Oldest General Term,
How they are Related and what they Signify,
Nature-Worship—-What does it Mean ? .
Paternal Element in the Indo-European Idea of God,
The Primitive Indo-European Idea,
The Religious and Scientific Conceptions of the World, .
The New Search after a Cause,
Theism and Science,
“Theology is Anthropology,”
Relation of God to the World variously conceived,
Whether Teleology be necessary to Theism,
How the Hebrew conceived the Relation of God to the World, .
Whether the Greeks conceived their Gods as Creators,
The Technic Theory of Creation Scientific, not Religious,
Effect of the Scepticism of Hume and Criticism of Kant,
How are we to conceive the Relation of God to the World ?
Theism necessary to the Scientific Interpretation of Universe,
Evolution: a Moral or Causal Theory of Creation ?
The Cause—Mr. Spencer's “Unknowable,”
Man the Interpretation of Nature,
Mind in Premiss and Conclusion,
PART I.-COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY AND
THE PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY, 230-264
I. Comparative Psychology,
Mind and Nature,
Mind Progressive because Free,
Motives, while not necessitating, necessary to Choice, 240
Origin and Influence of Ideals,
Dynamic Force of the Great Man, .
Comparative Psychology the Psychology of Peoples, 245
Its Subjects and Method,
Relation to other Comparative Sciences,
And Philosophy of History,