1949. An examination of the relationship between science and religion, focusing on our understanding of the earth's place in the universe and on the question of the existence of God. "Civilization cannot be defined in terms of religion or without them, but by the wisdom with which knowledge is used to promote general 'well-being' and 'well-doing.' This makes works a measure of the significance of faiths, reason the breaker of superstitious images, and world religion the pursuit and comprehension of knowledge in the spirit of exalted humanism."
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