Religion and science

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Butterworth, 1935 - Religion and science - 255 pages
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Bertrand Russell raises all the right questions in Religion and Science, including whether a conflict exists between the two (you bet there does), claims of different ways of knowing (science produces ... Read full review

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"The harm that theology has done is not to create cruel impulses, but to give them the sanction of what professes to be lofty ethic, and to confer an apparently sacred character upon practices which have come down from more ignorant and barbarous times." Read full review

Contents

CHAP PAGE I Grounds of Conflict
7
The Copernican Revolution
19
Evolution
49
Copyright

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