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Ingersoll Immortality Lectures: 1930-1937

Julius Seele Bixler

Julius Seele Bixler

1930 ROBERT A. FALCONER
The Idea of Immortality and Western Civilization
1931 JULIUS SEELE BIXLER
Immortality and the Present Mood
1932 WILLIAM PEPPERELL MONTAGUE
The Chances of Surviving Death
1933 SHAILER MATHEWS Immortality and the Cosmic Process
William Ernest Hocking

William Ernest Hocking

1934 WALTER EUGENE CLARK
Indian Conceptions of Immortality
1935 C. H. DODD
The Communion of Saints
1936 WILLIAM ERNEST HOCKING
Meanings of Death
1937 GEORGE LYMAN KITTREDGE The Old Teutonic Idea of the Future Life
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