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Statement of the doctrine of the Relativity of Truth. Its |

application to Theology. Examination of Butler's attitude -

in reference to it - e - - - - . 48

CHAPTER III.

Examination of the attitude of Socrates in reference to the |
doctrine of Relativity. Statement of the doctrine of Rela-

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tivity as expounded by Kant. Kant's teaching concerning -

the Unconditioned . - - • . - . 84

CHAPTER IV. - - |

Further examination of Kant's doctrine concerning the In-

tellect and Reason. Misrepresentations of his teaching

pointed out. His doctrine concerning Morality and Theo-

logy. Objections to his system . - * * . 103

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UN sity), so

AN EXAMINATION

OF THE

PRINCIPLES OF KANT AND HAMILTON.

INTRODUCTION.

IF the writings of an eminent metaphysician are criticised, and alleged inconsistencies pointed out in them, the criticism is sometimes met by urging that the metaphysician in question was a very able and learned man, and consequently could not have committed the mistakes ascribed to him. And the criticism may be further complained of as an attempt to pick to pieces the work of an author of high reputation, and to injure his fair fame. Thus Mr. Mill having carefully examined the

philosophical works of Sir W. Hamilton, and

pointed out, as he conceives, a great number of

discrepancies in them, a writer in the Contem

porary Review blames him, as having “tasked

all the resources of minute criticism to destroy ER

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