Science and Christian tradition
- essays by Thomas H. Huxley.
- Authorized ed.
- New York, D. Appleton, 1894.
- Physical description
- xxxiv, 419,  p. 19 cm.
- Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895. Essays ; vol. V.
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- Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895.
- Prologue (Controverted questions, 1892)--Scientific and pseudo-scientific realism <1887>--Science and pseudo-science <1887>--An episcopal trilogy <1887>--The value of witness to the miraculous <1889>--Possibilities and impossibilities <1891>--Agnosticism <1889>--Agnosticism: a rejoinder <1889>--Agnosticism and Christianity <1889>--The keeper of the herd of swine <1890>--Illustrations of Mr. Gladstone's controversial methods <1891>
- Publication date
- Collected essays by T.H. Huxley, vol. V
- Stanford copy 1 (RBC): Provenance: E.G. & J.G. Gardiner (bookplate).
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