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MANS PLACE IN NATURE
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A. N. Whitehead absolute activity actual apprehended argument Aristotle assert aware beauty become belief called causal certainly character characteristic conceived conception connexion conscious subject constitute cosmological argument discern distinction divine Edward Caird ence entities environment essential evolution existence experiencing expression external F. H. Bradley fact faith feeling finite mind Frederic Harrison Gaunilo Hegel idea ideal implies individual mind infinite insisting instance intellect intelligence interpretation involved James Ward Kant kind knowing knowledge lecture less living manifest Martineau matter means mental merely mode moral mystic nature notion numinous object once organisms pantheism persons philosophy physical present principle question rational reality realize realm reason recognize reflexion regard relation religion religious experience scientific self-conscious sense soul speak spiritual subsisting supposed supreme T. H. Green T. H. Huxley teleological argument term THEISM theory things thought timeless traducian true truth ultimate unity universe whole