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Paul Elmer More

Sixth Series

[Studies of Religious Dualism]

“Manichæism may be disavowed in words. It cannot be exiled from
the actual belief of mankind."-SIR LESLIE STEPHEN.

G. P. Putnam's Sons
New York and London
The knickerbocker Press

HARVARD
UNIVERSITY
LIBRARY
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COPYRIGHT, 1909

BY

PAUL ELMER MORE

The Tknickerbocker Press, New York

ADVERTISEMENT

The first of these essays appeared originally in the Atlantic Monthly; the Saint Augustine in the Hibbert Journal; the Sir Thomas Browne, the Bunyan, and the Rousseau in the Nation and New York Evening Post; the Socrates and The Apology, together with the Crito and the closing scene of the Phædo, in a little volume of the Riverside Literature Series under the title of The Judgment of Socrates. The other three essays have not before been printed. As usual I have altered and added considerably in lifting the articles from magazine to book. I may add that I had the pleasure of reading three of these essays, together with two others not printed, in the course of lectures given this year at the University of Cincinnati to inaugurate a new chair of comparative literature.

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