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" Those who think that science is dissipating religious beliefs and sentiments, seem unaware that whatever of mystery is taken from the old interpretation is added to the new. Or rather, we may say that transference from the one to the other is accompanied... "
The Popular Science Monthly - Page 317
1885
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Mechanism and Personality: An Outline of Philosophy in the Light of the ...

Francis Asbury Shoup - 1891 - 380 pages
...January, 1884: "Those who think that science is dissipating religious beliefs and sentiments seem unaware that whatever of mystery is taken from the old interpretation is added to the new. Or rather, we may say, that transference from one to the other is accompanied by increase, since for...
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Charlotte Wood Slocum Lectures

1892 - 272 pages
...TYNDAL. Those who think that science is dissipating religious beliefs and sentiments seem to be unaware that whatever of mystery is taken from the old interpretation is added to the new. Or rather, we may say that transference from the one to the other is accompanied by increase ; since,...
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The Evolution of Religion: The Gifford Lectures Delivered Before ..., Volume 1

Edward Caird - 1893 - 424 pages
...say that "those who think that science is dissipating religious beliefs and sentiments, seem unaware that whatever of mystery is taken from the old interpretation, is added to the new." Farther on in the same section he takes occasion to remark that " the necessity we are under to think...
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The Larger Life: Sermons and an Essay

Edgar Gardner Murphy - 1897 - 278 pages
...Spencer : " Those who think that science is dissipating religious beliefs and sentiments seem unaware that whatever of mystery is taken from the old interpretation is added to the new. Or, rather, we may say, that transference from one to the other is accompanied by increase, since for...
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Catholic World, Volume 73

1901 - 1226 pages
...of it : " Those who think that science is dissipating religious beliefs and sentiments seem unaware that whatever of mystery is taken from the old interpretation is added to the new. Or, rather, we may say that transference from the one to the other is accompanied by increase; since...
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The Canadian Magazine, Volume 16

J. Gordon Mowat, John Alexander Cooper, Newton MacTavish - 1901 - 626 pages
...of it : " Those who think that science is dissipating religious beliefs and sentiments, seem unaware that whatever of mystery is taken from the old interpretation is added to the new. Or, rather, we may say that transference from the one to the other is accompanied by increase ; since...
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Epitome of the Synthetic Philosophy of Herbert Spencer

Frederick Howard Collins - 1901 - 718 pages
...consciousness. 660. Those who think that science is dissipating religions beliefs and sentiments, seem unaware that whatever of mystery is taken from the old interpretation is added to the new. Or rather, we may say that transference from the one to the other is accompanied by increase ; since,...
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Morals: A Treatise on the Psycho-sociological Bases of Ethics

Guillaume L. Duprat - 1903 - 416 pages
...sentiments. "Those who think that science is dissipating religious beliefs and sentiments seem unaware that whatever of mystery is taken from the old interpretation is added to the new. Or rather, we may 1 Howard Collins, " Summary of Spencer's Philosophy," Principles of Sociolog)', p....
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The Apex

Thomas B. Gould - 1903 - 128 pages
...: . . . "Those who think that science is dissipating religious beliefs and sentiments seem unaware that whatever of mystery is taken from the old interpretation is added to the new; or rather, we may say that transference from the one to the other is accompanied by increase; since,...
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Eternal Life Here and Hereafter

Sydney Herbert Mellone - 1916 - 308 pages
...Spencer observes that the people who consider science to be dissipating religious beliefs, seem unaware that whatever of mystery is taken from the old interpretation is added to the new. For an explanation which has a seeming feasibility, science substitutes an explanation which, carrying...
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