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INTRODUCTION PSYCHOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY
H WHAT IS RELIGION?
EVERYMAN AND HIS UNIVERSE
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A. E. Taylor absolute abstract activity actual advance agnosticism alike already arises aspects attained attitude basis becomes belief certainty character complex concepts consciousness constitutes contrary contrast course definite degree DEVELOPMENT OF RELIGION difficult Direct Realism distinction E. A. Milne elements emotional epistemology equally essential ethical evil evolution existence expansion expression factors faith feeling final finite fundamental further Hegel human experience ideal ideas ideational individual inevitable influence inherent instinct intellectual irreligion knowledge logical man's matter means mechanism mental merely moral nature never numinous objective obvious once organic personality philosophy Philosophy of Mind Philosophy of Religion physical plainly practical precisely primitive principle Process and Reality psychological purely R. G. Collingwood rational Reality realization reason regarded religion religious experience remains result scientific selfhood sense Similarly simply specific standpoint tendency term theory thought transcend true ultimate undeniably universal evolution Universe whole