A Good Life In A World Made Good: Albert Eustace Haydon, 1880 1975 Creighton Peden

ISBN: 9780820481104

Published: May 22nd 2006

Hardcover

312 pages


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A Good Life In A World Made Good: Albert Eustace Haydon, 1880 1975  by  Creighton Peden

A Good Life In A World Made Good: Albert Eustace Haydon, 1880 1975 by Creighton Peden
May 22nd 2006 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 312 pages | ISBN: 9780820481104 | 8.40 Mb

This intellectual biography reveals Albert Eustace Haydons growth from a pre-scientific Christianity to a scientific study of religions in light of evolution and pragmatic philosophy. Replacing G. B. Foster in comparative religion at the UniversityMoreThis intellectual biography reveals Albert Eustace Haydons growth from a pre-scientific Christianity to a scientific study of religions in light of evolution and pragmatic philosophy.

Replacing G. B. Foster in comparative religion at the University of Chicago in 1919, Haydon became one of the most important figures in the development of humanism as a religious movement in North America, providing leadership in the writing of the first Humanist Manifesto in 1933. Today Haydons writings remain a most important interpretation of religions from a humanist perspective.

This work will be valuable to classes which deal with philosophical, religious, social, and intellectual thought in North America since Charles Darwin.



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