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The philosophical bases of theism,

Author: G Dawes Hicks
Publisher: London, G. Allen & Unwin [1937]
Series: Hibbert lectures (London, England), 1931.
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Hicks, G. Dawes (George Dawes), 1862-1941.
Philosophical bases of theism.
London, G. Allen & Unwin [1937]
(OCoLC)644472325
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: G Dawes Hicks
OCLC Number: 1507128
Notes: "First published in 1937."
Includes index.
Description: 272 pages 23 cm.
Contents: Religion and philosophy. Philosophy, an interpretation of experience, in its entirety ; The term 'experience' and its meaning in this context ; Two considerations in regard to 'experience' ; Relation of philosophy to other departments of knowledge-sense in which it deals with ultimate problems ; Religious experience and its influence in human history ; Need for a philosophy of religion --
Man's place in nature. True and false anthropomorphism ; The limits of the theory of evolution in its bearing upon the development of man as a rational being ; "Scientific naturalism", its shortcomings as a philosophy ; Positivism, a false anthropomorphism --
Religious experience. The duality in unity of experience ; The nature of early or rudimentary experiencing ; Religious experience conceived as religious feeling. Schleiermacher's conception of religion ; Religious experience regarded as immediate ; Mystical experience --
Religious experience--continued. The distrust in so-called 'intellectualism' ; The feeling or emotion of reverence as characteristic of religious experience ; The conception of the 'numinous' ; The notion of divine immanence ; The true nature of religious experience ; Faith and knowledge --
The cosmological argument. Nature of the cosmological argument ; The conception of a 'first cause' ; Martineau's view of creative activity ; The Aristotelian doctrine of God and the world of generation ; What the cosmological argument really amounts to ; The notion of evolution as applied to the universe ; Summary of results --
The teleological argument. Hume's distinction between 'relations of ideas' and 'matters of fact' ; The existence of God must be conceived as a 'matter of fact' ; The adaptation of nature to human thought and reason ; Adaptation of inorganic nature to life. The nature of living organisms ; Whitehead's far-reaching conception of 'organism' ; 'Emergent evolution' ; The emergence of minds or souls. Modern psychological views concerning their emergence ; Summary of results --
Values and the moral argument. Distinction between 'existence' and 'subsistence' ; Connexion between these two realms of being ; Appreciation of beauty and theism ; The nature of moral obligation ; The moral argument --
Pantheism and theism. The ontological argument and the criticisms to which it has been subjected ; The pantheism of Spinoza ; Absolute idealism ; Criticism of that position ; Conception of God as the 'supreme value' ; Can finite minds be included in the mind of God? ; The infinity of God ; Conclusion.
Series Title: Hibbert lectures (London, England), 1931.
Responsibility: by G. Dawes Hicks.

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