(18351908). Scot. philos. prof. Glasgow 1866; master Balliol Coll., Oxford, 1893; gave theistic interpretation to Hegelianism (see Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich); taught unity of man because he shares a common rationality and evolutionary development; classified religions as objective (Gk.), subjective (Jewish), and universal (Christian). Works include Hegel; The Critical Philosophy of Immanuel Kant; The Evolution of Religion; Lay Sermons and Addresses.
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