Philosopher, educator and free church minister, the Rev Professor Alexander Campbell Fraser delivered the Gifford Lectures at the University of Edinburgh during 1894–5. Well known for his work of Berkley, as well as Locke and Coleridge, these two volumes of his lectures represent a major insight into a towering figure in Scottish philosophy as well as a record of philosophical interest as shortly after these lectures interest would turn away from the old ‘common-sense’ school of philosophy towards a more Hegelian idealism.
Philosophy of Theism
1894 to 1896
University of Edinburgh
The Philosophy of Theism
Lecture 2. The Final Problem Articulated: Ego, Matter, and God.
Lecture 3. Universal Materialism.
Lecture 6. Pantheistic Necessity and Unity: Spinoza.
Lecture 7. Universal Nescience: David Hume.
The Philosophy of Theism, Second Series
Lecture 1. Moral Foundation of Theism.
Lecture 2. Causation Theistically Interpreted.
Lecture 3. Cosmical Adaptation and Divine Design: Teleological
Lecture 4. Divine Necessity: Ontological.
Lecture 5. Philosophical Faith.
Lecture 6. Evil: The Enigma of Theism.
Lecture 9. Miracle: What is a Miracle?
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