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INDEX OF NAMES.

When a name is the subject of a passing allusion only, the

reference is marked r.

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-, on the Middle Way

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Balfour, A. J., ".
Bradley, F. H.,"
Browning, E. B., "
Browning, Robert, his Teaching
- on Indifferentism

, on Thought and Language
Butler, J., " . .
Caird, E., on Comte .
Caird, J., on Agnosticism
- on Inspiration :
Carlyle, on Deism .
Chalmers, Thomas, ..
Clifford, W. K., a
Coleridge, on Inspiration of the Bible
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Comte, his Positivism .

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Fiske, J., on Evolution .
Flint, R., " .
Fraser, A. C., ".
Fripp, E. I., on Dogma in Religion .
Froude, J. A., on Practical Certainty.
-, on Influence of early Christian Morality

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Mansel, H. L., 1

. 231
Martineau, J., on the Argument from Cause and Design 111 ff.
- on Evolution

114 ff.
—, on the Argument from Moral Obligation . 126 ff.
, his Ethical Individualism

. 135 ff., 183
-, on Social Unity .

. . 144
-, on Union of Man and God

. 161 ff., 184

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Martineau, J., on the Place of Reverence in Religion . 164 ff.
-, on Revelation ,

. . 170 ff.
- Theology of his Hymn-books

. 185 ff.
- , on Agnosticism .

226, 227
r . .

· 45, 69, 71, 81
Maurice, F. D., r

44
Mill, J. S.,"

201
Milton, r. ..

276
Mozley, H.,” .
Newman, F. W., .

81, 183
Newman, J. H., on Real Belief
-, on Notional Assent

. 17
on Romanticism .

. 43
Reaction in the Church of England

· 47 ff.
Reverence for Antiquity.

. 50 ff.
--, on Necessity of Dogma .

· 52 ff.
, Doctrine of Belief (University Sermons). 57 ff., 91, 92
-, on Development of Doctrine . . . 62 ff.
, Grammar of Assent

· 62, 76 ff.
-, on Witness of Conscience to God · 81, 107, 132
-, on Revelation .

173
Outlook on Life.

. . 260
- , and Spencer

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