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" The purpose of science is to develop, -without prejudice or preconception of any kind, a knowledge of the facts, the laws, and the processes of nature. The even more important task of religion, on the other hand, is to develop the consciences, the ideals,... "
The Literary Digest - 20. lappuse
1923
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American Character

Brander Matthews - 1906 - 33 lapas
...needs, and in the rounding out of human life they supplement rather than displace or oppose each other. The purpose of science is to develop, -without prejudice...consciences, the ideals, and the aspirations of mankind. Each of these two activities represents a deep and vital function of the soul of man, and both are...
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Scientific Research and Human Welfare

Franklin Stewart Harris, Newbern Isaac Butt - 1924 - 406 lapas
...needs, and in the rounding out of human life they supplement rather than displace or oppose each other. "The purpose of science is to develop, without prejudice...consciences, the ideals, and the aspirations of mankind. Each of these two activities represents a deep and vital function of the soul of man, and both are...
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Science and Life

Robert Andrews Millikan - 1924 - 90 lapas
...needs, and in the rounding out of human life they supplement rather than displace or oppose each other. The purpose of science is to develop, without prejudice...consciences, the ideals, and the aspirations of mankind. Each of these two activities represents a deep and vital function of the soul 1 This is the statement...
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Religious Values

Edgar Sheffield Brightman - 1925 - 285 lapas
...men of affairs and published in the press of May 26, 1923. This statement contained the following: The purpose of science is to develop, without prejudice...consciences, the ideals, and the aspirations of mankind. Each of these two activities represents a deep and vital function of the soul of man, and both are...
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Fundamentalism Versus Modernism

Eldred Cornelius Vanderlaan - 1925 - 452 lapas
...needs, and .in the rounding out of human life they supplement rather than displace or oppose each other. The purpose of science is to develop, without prejudice...consciences, the ideals, and the aspirations of mankind. Each of these two activities represents a deep and vital function of the soul of man, and both are...
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An Introduction to Philosophy

Edgar Sheffield Brightman - 1925 - 393 lapas
...physics have never undertaken to deal with? The statement that the most important task of religion is "to develop the consciences, the ideals, and the aspirations of mankind," and that religion and science are not "irreconcilable and antagonistic domains of thought," but that...
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The Forum, 70. sējums

1923
...life they supplement rather than displace or oppose each other. "The purpose of science," they affirm, "is to develop, without prejudice or preconception...consciences, the ideals, and the aspirations of mankind. Each of these two activities represents a deep and vital function of the soul of man, and both are...
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Chicago Schools Journal, 7-8. sējumi

1925
...position has been clearly stated by Mr. Robert A. Millikan, formerly of the University of Chicago: The purpose of science is to develop without prejudice...consciences, the ideals, and the aspirations of mankind stimulating us to right conduct. as each of us sees it, inspiring us to do as we know we ought to do....
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School & Society, 17. sējums

James McKeen Cattell - 1923
...needs and in the rounding out of human life they supplement rather than displace or oppose each other. The purpose of science is to develop, without prejudice...of religion, on the other hand, is to develop the conscience, the ideals and the aspirations of тавkind. Each of these two activities represents a...
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The Antievolution Pamphlets of Harry Rimmer

Harry Rimmer - 1995 - 482 lapas
...science, the lesser, conform to the Bible! "The purpose of science is to develop, without prejudice of preconception of any kind, a knowledge of the facts,...of nature. THE EVEN MORE IMPORTANT TASK of religion is *See: "Modern Science and the Youth of Today," 436 Without any discussion of the accuracy of this...
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