London:: Hodder and Stoughton, 1929., 1929. 8vo. xiii, , -250,  pp. Beige blind-stamped black printed linen; slight offsetting. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR: "To the Misses Hunter with friendly regard + fond wishes, from Oliver Lodge Christmas 1929. Very good. Second edition. An extended meditation on philosophy, which employs contemporary research in physics as evidence in support of the author's own views on the matter. The text is composed of an interesting combination of popular science and popular philosophy. Chapters include "The Interest of the Plain Man in Religion", "The Possibility of Survival from a Scientific Point of View", "The Meaning of Existence", "The New Outlook in Physics", among others.
(Inventory #: SW1170)
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