The great amphibium; four lectures on the position of religion in a world dominated by science,

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Author / Creator:Needham, Joseph, 1900-1995.
Imprint:New York, Charles Scribners Sons, 1932.
Description:179 pages ; 20 cm
Subject:Religion and science -- 1900-
Philosophy and religion.
Philosophy and religion.
Religion and science.
Format: Print Book
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Notes:"The four lectures in this book were given at the first General conference of the Student Christian movement at Swanwick, Derbyshire, in July 1931. For permission to reprint them I am indebted, in the case of (i) to the Nineteenth century, of (ii) to the Journal of philosophical studies and the Cambridge review, and of (iv) to the Criterion."--Foreword.
Table of Contents:
  • Religion in a world dominated by science
  • The inadequacy of scientific deism
  • Biology as a field of contest between Aristotle and Plato
  • Religion and the scientific worker.