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moral-psychological

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  • Higher Criticism may be called a science, though its processes and results do not admit of nicety of control and demonstration, as its principles are of the moral-psychological order.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4: Clandestinity-Diocesan Chancery

  • Spiegel believes "all of this vitriol" confirms the thesis of his book, which explores the moral-psychological roots of atheism.

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  • Spiegel believes "all of this vitriol" confirms the thesis of his book, which explores the moral-psychological roots of atheism.

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  • just because its god seems to be so nice and inclusive; indeed, my sympathies for the aesthetic and moral-psychological experience of religious belief tends to run the other way.

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  • just because its god seems to be so nice and inclusive; indeed, my sympathies for the aesthetic and moral-psychological experience of religious belief tends to run the other way.

    Archive 2006-09-01

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