The Mechanistic Principle and the Non-Mechanical (…

This 1913 work on the philosophy of science covers a wide range of topics, including “Mechanicalism and Teleology,” “Time and Space,” “Man’s Divinity,” “Mark Twain’s Philosophy,” “La Mettrie’s View of Man as a Machine.” Carus’s study of the subject from both scientific and theistic perspectives is fair and absorbing.

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