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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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Psychology Made Practical

Henry C. Sheppard - 1919 - 338 pages
...Prospect" says: "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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Overland Monthly: Devoted to the Development of the Country

1886 - 690 pages
...consciousness. " "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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Journal of the Transactions of the Victoria Institute, Or ..., Volume 23

Victoria Institute (Great Britain) - 1890 - 410 pages
...says : — " 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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Herbert Spencer: Critical Assessments, Volume 2

John Offer - 2000 - 696 pages
...foundations: 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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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 41; Volume 104

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1885 - 886 pages
...therein." Observe the facts. At the close of my article " Religion ; a Retrospect and Prospect," 1 pointed out to " those who think that science is dissipating..."accompanied by an increasing capacity for wonder." And in m/ second article, in further explanation, I have represented my thesis to be " that whatever components...
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American Church Review, Volumes 43-44

1884 - 644 pages
...follows: — "Those wha 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 Nineteenth Century, Volume 15

1884 - 1108 pages
...errors. Tkos« 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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