Developments in Idealist Philosophy of Religion
This chapter examines the philosophy of religion of both Personal Idealism and the later developments of Absolute Idealism. Examining the complex of relations between God, the Absolute and the finite individual, particular attention is given to the views of Pringle-Pattison, Webb, Bosanquet, and Jones. The chapter concludes with a discussion of McTaggart's system which, it is argued, for all its strident atheism remains at heart a deeply spiritual worldview.
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