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The Secular mind : transformations of faith in modern Europe : essays presented to Franklin L. Baumer, Randolph W. Townsend Professor of History, Yale University / edited by W. Warren Wagar.

; Wagar, W. Warren
New York : Holmes and Meier, 1982.
ISBN 0841907668, 9780841907669

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Other Authors Baumer, Franklin L. 1913-
Wagar, W. Warren.
Subjects Secularism.
Sécularisme.
Description xiii, 272 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1982.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction / W. Warren Wagar -- Isaac Newton's Theologiae gentilis origines philosophicae / Richard S. Westfall -- Secularization in British thought, 1730-1789 / David Spadafora -- Superstition, impiety, and an enlightened legal order: the theological politics of the Abbé Mably / John Frederick Logan -- Private faith and public religion: S.T. Coleridge's confrontation with secularism / John T. Miller, Jr. -- Victorian ethics of belief / Frank M. Turner and Jeffrey von Arx -- Proudhon and Morale indépendante / Phyllis H. Stock -- Freud contra Ecclesiam: rhetorical structures in the Future of an illusion / David Pace -- Transformations in pacifist consciousness in England, 1914-1939 / Joyce A. Berkman -- "Who dies if England lives?": Christianity and the moral vision of George Orwell / James Connors -- The twentieth-century revolt against time: belief and becoming in the thought of Berdyaev, Eliot, Huxley, and Jung / Douglas K. Wood -- In complicity with words: the asymptotic consciousness of E.M. Cioran / Michael W. Messmer -- World's end: secular eschatologies in modern fiction / W. Warren Wagar.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7976997
(OCoLC)ocm07976997
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