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accordance ARTHUR STANLEY EDDINGTON asser Buddhist CAMBRIDGE Christian assertions Christian stories commands or desires course of action declare his intention doctrine element in religious empirical fact empirical propositions empirical statements empirical test empiricist EMPIRICIST'S VIEW ethics without propositions expressing the asserter's feeling of approval fundamental moral teaching intention of pursuing intention to act intention to behave interpret Lectureship ligious assertions logic and mathematics logical positivist magnified Lord Shaftesbury Matthew Arnold ments moral assertion moral belief moral philosophers moral statements NATURE OF RELIGIOUS Philosophers of religion philosophy of science pirical policy of action primary element principle of meaning psychological fact purely moral pursue the policy question R. M. Hare reason regarding religious assertions religious belief religious conviction religious statements religious system resolution scientific hypotheses set of stories Sir Arthur Eddington specified sub-set of stories taken theological proposition tions truth truth-value typical meaning University of Cambridge verificational principle viction