Accepting the universe: and The light of day

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Houghton Mifflin, 1921 - Natural theology - 249 pages
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Contents

Shall we Accept the Universe?
5
Manifold Nature
19
Each for its Own Sake
30
The Universal Beneficence
54
The Good Devils
73
The Natural Providence
90
The Faith of a Naturalist
112
A Fallacy made in Germany
134
i the origin of life
203
the living and nonliving worlds
205
the organizing tendency
207
science and mysticism
211
IS THERE DESIGN IN NATURE?
219
OUR IMPARTIAL MOTHER
225
BAFFLING TRUTHS
226
SENSE CONTRADICTIONS
230

The Price of Development
138
Tooth and Claw
158
Men and Trees
173
The Problem of Evil
193
MAN A PART OF NATURE
233
THE FITTEST TO SURVIVE
237
The Poet of the Cosmos
316

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