Freedom of the Mind in History

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Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2004 - History - 312 pages
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1923. A series of lectures given by the author at Leland Stanford Jr. University. He spoke of the free action of the human mind through history and tried to distinguish this agency from the grosser or more palpably determined factors shaping the fortunes of our race. Partial list of Contents: Considerations; The Partly Free and Partly Determined Growth of Political Institutions; The Freer Course of Religion, Philosophy and Science; The Older World; The Freedom of the Mind in Religious Reform; The Freedom of the Philosophic Mind; The Scientific Mind; Art and Literature; and The Prospect.

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