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Infidels and heretics: an agnostic's anthology

著者: Clarence Darrow; Wallace Rice
出版: Boston, Mass., The Stratford Co., ©1929.
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ドキュメントの種類: 図書
すべての著者/寄与者: Clarence Darrow; Wallace Rice
OCLC No.: 1193866
物理形態: 8 preliminary leaves, x 293 pages 22 cm
コンテンツ: Introduction --
"Man is the Measure" --
Evolution and God --
The song of myself --
I. Foundation stones --
"Agnosticism" --
"Agnosticism" misused --
Natural Selection --
The Unknowable [by Spencer and Clifford] --
The unknown God --
An agnostic race --
The challenge of the unknown --
Gnostic pride --
Theology and science --
Forgotten tools --
Useless natural structures --
Insoluble doubt --
First principles --
World-beginnings for children --
II. The depths of thought --
On the death of a metaphysician --
No shame in ignorance --
Knowledge of ignorance --
Ignorance --
Science and philosophy --
The baselessness of our ideas --
Savages and conservatives --
Mind and motion --
Fraudulent psychology --
Philosophy and pessimism --
Death as the fool --
Seekers after truth --
Intellect and emotion --
Pantheism and agnosticism --
Change --
Dreams and responsibility --
Voltaire --
Appearance and reality --
III. Honest doubt --
The skeptic --
Laws --
From the plea in defense of Loeb and Leopold --
The culprit --
"Now hollow fires burn out to black" --
"So I be written in the book of love" --
A summer night --
From The myth of the soul --
Is there a God? --
Sea-shell murmurs --
The heavens are our riddle --
Hope --
Flower in the crannied wall --
Clover --
Generation --
IV. Gods and demigods --
The blow --
The carpenter's son --
Standards for gods --
Creation --
The problem of good and evil --
God and the devil --
From The Soliloquy of Jesus --
Hertha --
Dead Gods --
Aquae Sulis --
'Ayvwotw Oew --
Birth, love, death --
Dei Veri Nostri [by Rice and Reynolds] --
Siva, destroyer --
Lucifer's farewell --
V. The wise of old --
Job speaks --
Body and soul --
The rival philosophies --
Seeking philosophical authority --
From The Rubaiyat --
Meditations of Hindoo prince --
The smile of all wisdom --
From Prometheus Unbound --
From The Apologia of Socrates --
VI. Priestcraft and Piety --
Priestly magic and human benefit --
A little boy lost --
Pis-Aller --
Religious dogma and government --
In harmony with nature --
Credulity --
Prayer and weather --
Providence and causation --
The truth --
From The storms of time --
The impercipient --
The church bells tolled --
The garden of love --
Holy Willie's prayer --
Epitaph on Holy Willie --
The little vagabond --
From The altar of righteousness --
The material universe not all --
From Mistakes of Moses --
The human abstract --
Contrite sinners --
Address to the Unco Guid, or the Rigidly Righteous --
Our father man --
From The revolt of Islam --
VII. Creeds and Dogma --
The ancient antagonism --
The real conflicts --
Science and religion --
Religion and politics --
Religion and natural knowledge --
Sensationalism and tradition --
Christianity and Buddhism --
Reverence and reason --
Religion and human nature --
Religion and music --
Religion as natural --
To religion from theology --
Science and "sin" --
VIII. Mores and Morals --
Dogma, religion, and science --
Chance dogmas and reasoned truth --
Matter means conditions --
Confused morality --
Conscience --
Coscience as Supernatural --
Consciece as the race --
Moral Consciousness --
Morality as Art: and reformers --
Morality and intelligence --
Intellectual integrity --
Morals and inquiry --
Morality and Astrophysics --
IX. Men and Women --
Evolution of Sex --
Humanizing marriage --
Sex and taboo --
Sex and sin --
Quenching the unquenchable --
The gospel of love X. Our humbler brethren --
Heaven --
Only and insect --
Similar cases --
The menagerie --
The fly --
The beetle --
The blind men and the elephant --
A conservative --
The conqueror worm --
XI. Our father, time --
The mystery --
The bourne --
The two highwaymen --
Mutability --
Euthanasia --
Terminus --
To age --
Life --
Old age and religion --
Waiting --
Old folk and morality --
XII. Death and love --
Epicurean --
Illic Jacet --
Life --
The card dealer --
What matters it? --
Ignorance of death --
Experience --
Death and memories --
Love, time and death --
Thoughts on the shape of the human body --
No longer mourn for me --
Sonnet --
The great misgiving --
A tribute to Ebon C. Ingersoll --
The hill --
When I am dead, my dearest --
Fidele --
XIII. In time to come --
Ulysses --
Darwinism --
From: the altar of righteousness --
Poetry, art, religion --
Possible mental powers --
From: things and ideals --
The real Bible --
Accept our universe --
Vistas of the future --
The newer conception of God --
From: Prometheus unbound --
From: The ode to liberty --
Puritans and birth-control --
Liberty --
The seven seals --
Ourselves responsible --
Liberty --
Scientific inventions revolutionary --
Cor cordium --
XIV. Beyond this life --
Proof and personality --
Evidence demanded --
A dead march --
The preacher speaks --
Immorality --
The life we live in others --
The pantheist's song of immortality --
The west --
The soul stithy --
The stars --
Evolution --
Two sonnets --
Soul and body --
Man's cosmic importance --
Science and death --
XV. The sum of life --
Oh, why should the spirit of mortal be proud --
The common lot --
Why did I laugh tonight? --
Laughter and death --
King death --
Dum Vivimus Vigilamus --
Falstaff's song --
The happy wanderer --
Up-hill --
Travelers --
The garden of Proserpine --
In articulo mortis --
Nature --
Vitae Summa Brevis Spem Nos Vetat Incohare Longam --
The end --
Stuff dreams are made of
責任者: by Clarence Darrow and Wallace Rice.

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