Force and matter; or, Principles of the natural order of the universe. With a system of morality based thereon. A popular exposition of Prof. Ludwig Büchner ... Tr. from the 15th German edition enlarged and revised by the author, reprinted from the 4th

New York, P. Eckler, 1891.

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Subjects Force and energy.
Description xiv, 400 pages portrait 21 cm
Copyright Date 1891.
Contents Force and matter -- Immortality of matter -- Immortality of force -- Infinity of matter -- Value of matter -- Motion -- Form -- Immutability of natural laws -- Universality of natural laws -- The heavens -- Periods of the creation of the earth -- Original generation -- Secular generation -- The fitness of things in nature (Teleology) -- Man -- Brain and mind -- Thought -- Consciousness -- Seat of the soul -- Innate ideas -- The idea of God -- Personal continuance -- Vital force -- The soul of brutes -- Free will -- Morality -- Concluding observations.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)621368
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WorldCat Identities Büchner, Ludwig, 1824-1899.
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