Religion in the Making; Lowell Lectures, 1926


IN the preface to this volume the author refers to the four lectures on religion delivered in King's Chapel, Boston, during February 1926, in which the train of thought which was applied to science in his Lowell Lectures of the previous year (“Science and the Modern World”) is here applied to religion. It is stimulating to read this book from the pen of one who can speak with such authority and experience in the realms of mathematics, science, and philosophy.

Religion in the Making; Lowell Lectures, 1926.

By Prof. Alfred North Whitehead. Pp. 160. (Cambridge: At the University Press, 1926.) 6s. net.

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A., H. Religion in the Making; Lowell Lectures, 1926 . Nature 120, 254–255 (1927).

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