Psychology and natural theology / by Owen A. Hill Hill, Owen Aloysius, 1863-1930

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Hill, Owen Aloysius, 1863-1930
Psychology, Religious; Ebook; Natural theology
"This volume on Psychology and Natural Theology is the result of years of experience in the class-room. While deriving no argument from Church or Scripture in matters purely philosophical, the author never hesitates, when opportunity offers, to mention a dogma of faith, or explain some truth contained in the catechism. Psychology and Natural Theology, all the Metaphysics of Senior Year in Jesuit Colleges, are combined in the one volume; and this makes for economy as well as for convenience. It is virtually an application of the Case System to philosophy. All the matter is done into set and concise theses, and the Scholastic method of presentment is strictly adhered to"--Preface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved).
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