Studies in nineteenth century English agnosticism
This thesis is an essay in the history of ideas. It is an attempt to characterize in detail some of the main features of agnosticism - the intellectual movement gathered around T.H. Huxley, H. Spencer, J. Tyndall, L. Stephen, and W.K. Clifford, during the last four decades of the nineteenth century. General accounts of this movement already exist - for example, A.W. Benn, The History of English Rationalism in the Nineteenth Century, R. Metz, A Hundred Years of British Philosophy - and there...[Show more]
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