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APPENDIX B.

RELATIVE KNOWLEDGE, ANTHROPOMORPHISM, AND THE

EVIDENCE OF DESIGN IN CREATION.

Mr. Spencer's Definitions of Relative Knowledge-Its Inac-

curacy-All Knowledge a Knowledge of Laws-Essence

of Things unknown-Self-consciousness, All Knowledge

Relative . . . . . . . 479

Anthropomorphism and Design-Charge of Anthropomor-

phism-Its Supposed Association with Paganism-The
First Cause must be a Mind of Infinite Wisdom-Illus-
tration of Evidence of Design-Necessity of attributing
Effects seen in Nature to Design-Distinction between
Design in Nature and Design in the Works of Man
- Argunient against Design dependent solely on the
Theory of the Absolute-Mr. Spencer's Confusion of Ideas
-Design in Nature the Necessary Conclusion of Induction
- The Geologist-Chance and Intention—The Unity of
Nature-Carpenter Theory of Creation-Supposed Failure
of Intention in Nature-Mr. Spencer's Illustration of a
Conscious Watch---Its Fallacy-Conclusion-Moral Effects

SECTION 1.

THE ORIGIN OF EVIL.

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