Collected Essays, Volume V by Thomas Henry Huxley

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Author Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895
Title Collected Essays, Volume V
Science and Christian Tradition: Essays
Contents Prologue (controverted questions, 1892) -- Scientific and pseudo-scientific realism (1887) -- Science and pseudo-science (1887) -- An Episcopal trilogy (1887) -- The value of witness to the miraculous (1889) -- Possibilities and impossibilities (1891) -- Agnosticism (1889) -- Agnosticism: a rejoinder (1889) -- Agnosticism and Christianity (1889) -- The keepers of the herd of swine (1890) -- Illustrations of Mr. Gladstone's controversial methods (1891).
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Language English
LoC Class Q: Science
Subject Religion and science
Subject Miracles
Subject Agnosticism
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