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The distinction between static and dynamic religion
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A. C. Ewing absolute abstraction action sub ratione actual agent Aquinas argument Aristotle believe Bergson chapter character Christian Christian mystics concept conduct consciousness cosmological argument course Cuthbert Butler Dawes Hicks Descartes desire distinction divine doctrine dualism duty for duty's duty universal duty's sake essence ethical evil existence external fact faith finite God's ground human ideal immanent implies intellectual John Grote judge Kant Kant's knowledge L. A. Reid lectures man's means merely metaphysics mind moral action moral experience moral judgement moral law moral obligation motive mystical nature object particular duties perfect Plato Plotinus position practical praxis Prichard principle problem Prof Professor question realized reason reference religion religious experience right act seinsollen sense social Spinoza spirit Stanton Coit Stoicism sub ratione boni term theism theoretical theoria theory thing thinkers thought tion transcendent truth types virtue vision volition