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AN ACCOUNT OF THIS BOOK I
A THEOLOGICAL PROBLEM
The pragmatic approach to natural theology
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action answer appear argument become begins believe better body called cause civil claim conception concerning connection consider criticism direct distinction doubt duty effect evidence evil existence experience fact feel fiction follow force freedom give given grounds hand happiness human hypothesis ideas individual interest James Kant kind king knowledge limited live materialism matter means metaphysics mind morality namely nature necessary never notion objects obligation opinion organization origin perceived perfect persons philosophy political position possible present principle problem production qualities question rational READING reality reason reference regard relation religion representative requires rule sense skepticism social society spirit substance suppose theology theory things thought tion true truth turns understanding universe whole