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CAIRD, Principal-AN INTRODUCTION TO THE PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION. By the VERY REV. JOHN CAIRD, D.D., LL.D., Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Glasgow. Fifth Thousand. New and Cheap Edition. Crown 8vo. 6s.
"A book rich in the results of speculative study, broad in its intellectual grasp, and happy in its original suggestiveness. To Dr. Caird we are indebted for a subtle and masterly presentation of Hegel's philosophy in its solution of the problem of religion."-Edinburgh Review.
"It is the business of the reviewer to give some notion of the book which he reviews, either by a condensation of its contents or by collecting the cream in the shape of short selected passages; but this cannot be done with a book like the one before us, of which the argument does not admit of condensation, and which is all cream...... The most valuable book of its kind that has appeared."-Mr. T. H. Green in The Academy.
"It is remarkable also for its marvellous power of exposition and graceful subtlety of thought. Hegelianism has never appeared so attractive as it appears in the clear and fluent pages of Principal Caird."--Spectator. "Probably our British theological literature contains no nobler or more suggestive volume.”—Mind.
2. IN MEMORIAM. A Sermon on the Death of the Very Rev. THOMAS BARCLAY, D.D., Principal of the University of Glasgow.
3. MIND AND MATTER. A Sermon preached before the British Medical Association, August, 1888.
4. THE UNIVERSAL RELIGION. A Lecture delivered in Westminster Abbey, on the day of Intercession for Missions.
5. THE UNITY OF THE SCIENCES. A Lecture.
6. THE PROGRESSIVENESS OF THE SCIENCES. A Lecture.
CAIRD, Professor E. THE CRITICAL PHILOSOPHY OF IMMANUEL KANT. By EDWARD CAIRD, M.A., LL.D., Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Glasgow, and late Fellow and Tutor of Merton College, Oxford. 2 vols. Demy 8vo. 325.
It is quite the most comprehensive and maturely considered contribution that has yet been made by an English writer to the understanding of Kant's whole philosophical achievement. It is the result of a study of Kant such as perhaps no Englishman will again undertake, and is in every way a thorough and masterly performance."-Mind.
"At last we have in English a critical exposition of 'The Critical Philosophy of Kant,' which, for thoroughness and ability, can hold up its head before any similar attempt in other languages."-The Academy.
"No student can afford to be without it; every expert must be prepared to reckon with it."-Scottish Review,
"The object of this book is to give a connected view of the Critical Philosophy, showing the relations of the three Critiques to each other, and to the other works of Kant. The first part, on the Critique of Pure Reason, deals with the same subject as my former work, entitled The Philosophy of Kant, but, except in a few passages, it is not a reproduction of it."-Extract from Preface.
CAIRD, Professor E.-ESSAYS IN LITERATURE AND PHILOSOPHY. 2 vols. Crown 8vo. 8s. 6d. nett.
Vol. I.-Dante in his Relation to the Theology and Ethics of the Middle Ages; Goethe and Philosophy; Rousseau ; Wordsworth; The Problem of Philosophy at the Present Time; The Genius of Carlyle.
"His literary appreciations are suggestive, sympathetic, and penetrating, while his speculative discussions exhibit a profound grasp of metaphysic.' -The Times.
"These volumes are written by a master, and are full of suggestive thought."-Manchester Examiner.
"The work is exceptionally valuable: it is a broad survey by a deep thinker."-Liverpool Mercury.
CAIRD, Professor E.-THE SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION OF COMTE. Second Edition. Crown 8vo. 5s.
"This little book serves as an admirable introduction to the Hegelian treatment of history, religion, and the state."-Athenæum.
CAIRD, Professor E.-THE EVOLUTION OF RELIGION, being the Gifford Lectures delivered before the University of St. Andrews, 1890-92. By EDWARD CAIRD, M.A., LL.D. 2 vols. Post 8vo. 14s. nett.
**Professor Edward Caird's two learned and thoughtful volumes on 'The Evolution of Religion' are a very important and very striking contribution to the philosophy of religious thought."-The Times.
Professor Caird's lectures will form an epoch-making book, which more than any other since England was startled by the sweet reasonableness of Ecce Homo' has given a firm, consistent, and convincing exposition, both of the infinitely various manifestations of the earlier religions and of that Christian synthesis which cannot die out of the human mind."-Daily Chronicle.
**Professor Edward Caird's new book will take rank as the most valuable contribution made to speculative theology for many years past."-The Academy.
We say without reserve or hesitation that since the publication of 'Ecce Hemo' nothing has appeared on the teaching of Christ of such freshness and suggestiveness as Professor Caird's lectures on the subject, while his treatment of the Gospel story, and especially of the death of Christ, has a depth to which Professor Seeley's cannot lay claim.
As a solid
contribution to the solution of one of the greatest questions of the time and of all times, Professor Caird's treatise has yet to see its rival."-The Glasgow Herald.
CLELAND-EVOLUTION, EXPRESSION, AND SENSATION. By JOHN CLELAND, M.D., D.Sc., F.R.S., Professor of Anatomy in the University of Glasgow. Crown 8vo. 5s.
CUTHBERT-QUESTIONS ON THE HOLY SCRIPTURES. By ALEXANDER A. CUTHBERT. With Answers. Dy. 8vo. 5s. nett. Also QUESTIONS only. Fcap. 8vo. 6d. nett.
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DEAS-HISTORY OF THE CLYDE TO THE PRESENT TIME. With Maps and Diagrams. By JAMES DEAS, M. Inst. C.E., Engineer of the Clyde Navigation. 8vo. IOS. 6d.
DICKSON-ST. PAUL'S USE OF THE TERMS FLESH AND SPIRIT. Being the BAIRD LECTURE for 1883. By WILLIAM P. DICKSON, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Divinity
in the University of Glasgow. Crown 8vo. 8s. 6d.
"An able, thorough exposition."-Scotsman.
"An indispensable help to students of the Pauline Scriptures."-Aberdeen Press.
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GAIRDNER-DISCIPLINA MEDICA. By W. T. GAIRDNER, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S. [In preparation.
GLASGOW UNIVERSITY CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR 1893-94. Published annually. Crown 8vo, Cloth. 35. nett.
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