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Character of the usual attacks upon Religion, 292-293. Predominance of the rational principle, 294-295. Plans for a new religion Comte's new hierarchy, 295-297. Scientific knowledge cannot be handled ecclesiastically but only secularly, 297-298. It is not moral teaching that makes religion but the tragical stirring of the soul, 299. Our cultus of humanity does not require religious forms, 300. Materialism would be most consistent in rejecting Religion alto gether, 301. Examination of the connexion between Ethical and Theoretical Materialism, 302-305. Development of Materialism with Ueberweg, 305. His earlier standpoint, 306. Materialistic basis of his Psychology, 306-309. His Teleology, 310. Conscious ness of its weakness, 311. The existence of God, 312. Transition to Materialism: vouchers for it from his letters to Czolbe and to the Author, 313-316. Doubt as to Ueberweg's asserted Atheism, 316. Ethical consequences of his philosophy: relation to Christianity, 316 - 32 3. David Friedrich Strauss his last and definitive philosophy Materialistic, 323-325. His Materialism correct and thought out, 325-327. Superficial treatment of social and political questions; Conservative tendency, 327-328. Rejection of the specific features of Christian ethics; Optimism condemnation of the worship of the Free Congregations, 328 - 330. Neglect of the people and its needs, 331. Leaning of the propertied classes to Materialism the Socialists and the danger of the ruin of our civilization, 332 - 334.

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