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Oxford Paperback Thesaurus (4 ed.)

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Oxford Dictionary of English (3 ed.)

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Necessity of Atheism

Necessity of Atheism  

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A prose pamphlet by P. B. Shelley and his friend T. J. Hogg, published anonymously at Oxford, 1811. Using the sceptical arguments of Hume and Locke, the authors smartly demolish the grounds for a ...
atheism

atheism  

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The theory or belief that God does not exist. The word comes (in the late 16th century, via French) from Greek atheos, from a- ‘without’ + theos ‘god’.
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An Oxford Companion to the Romantic Age

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... 1795 . However, Coleridge began to think that Newton's followers encouraged a mechanical philosophy that explained too much by secondary causes, leaving God as an indolent First Cause. He concluded that the concept of lifeless matter separated from God was a large step towards atheism; and secondly, that Priestley's alternative of active matter was a form of pantheism. Thus after about 1800 Coleridge sought a natural philosophy that escaped the atomistic and mechanical conceptions of the natural world. This search took him into German Naturphilosophie and...

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