Twentieth-Century Religious Thought [Book Review]

Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 13:299-301 (1964)
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The intellectual adventures of the eighteenth century have been retraced in detail since Leslie Stephen first published in 1876 his comprehensive two-volume study of their British life and slightly revised it in 1902. Cassirer, Mornet and Hazard have clarified the European Enlightenment; F C Green and B Willey have analysed its English literature. None have superseded this major study by an eminent philosopher-historian, whose empiricist agnosticism did not exclude a highminded concern for promoting social and moral ideals. Professor Brinton points the virtues of his fellow liberals



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