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n A preliminary interpretation
The naturalistic approach
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A. N. Whitehead achievement action agnosticism animals aspects attempt beauty become belief biological Buddhism capacity Christianity church civilisation common comprehension conflict consciousness cultural definition desire developed religion divine dominant dualism emotional ence ethical evil evolution evolutionary humanism existence experience expression external fact forces gods holy human destiny human mind human nature hypothesis ideal ideas individual inevitably intellectual interpretation knowledge logical magic man's matter ment mental monotheism moral mystery mystic objects organ organised outer personified phenomena possible practical prayer primitive problem progress psychological pure R. H. TAWNEY realise reality reason religious feeling revelation reverence ritual sacred sacredness sanctity scientific method sense Sir James Frazer social society soul sphere spiritual Struldbrugs supernatural T. H. Huxley theology things Thomas Huxley Thomas Traherne thought tion to-day transcendent truth unity universe utilise whole wholly William Blake William Wordsworth worship