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Title: The work of the Open Court Publishing Co. : an illustrated catalogue of its publications covering a period of twenty-one years (1887-1907) consisting of a complete book list with brief characterizatiion of authors and contents, including also a selection of noteworthy articles from the Monist and the Open court
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idualism. It contains chapters with the following titles:Does the State Exist? Was the Individual Prior to Society?The State a Product of Natural Growth ; The Authority of theState and the Right to Revolution ; The Modern State Basedon Revolution ; Treason and Reform. A timely aid to dissipate error and help to the realization of the genuinemeaning of the state. Dr. Carus has treated the matter in a masterly andconvincing way.—The Call, San Franciseo. As full of reason as an tgg is of meat.—Wades Fibre and Fabric. The exposition is clear and the style incisive. The warning is also whole-some, that a man carefully consider what the State signities Ijefore he inveighsagainst its authority or exposes himself as a vainglorious prophet of error. —Neiv York Ethical Record. The positions taken are admirable and are admirably maintained, especiallyas against the individualistic conception of Hobbes and Rousseau. —Princeton Iheological Review. 50 THE OPEN COURT PUBLISHING CO., CHICAGO.
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ST. ANTHONY ASSAULTED BY DEVILS.From Caruss History of the Devil, p. 479. 53 THE OPEN COURT PUBLISHING CO.. CHICAGO. RELIGION (Con.) The History of the Devil. And ihc Idea of l,vil from the Earliest Times to the 1^-escntDay. liy Ok. Iaul Carus. Printed in two colors from largetype on fine ])a])er. IJound in cloth, illnminatcd with coverstamp from Dore. hive hundred 8vo. jiages, with v311 illustra-tions in hlack and tint. Irice. $6.00. (30s.) nc.q-inninj;- with pre-historic Dcvil-worshi]:) and the adoration ofdemon oods and monster divinities, the author surveys theheliefs of the Summero-Accadians. the Persians, the Jews, theISrahmans, the Puiddhists, the early Christians and the Teutonicnations. He then passes to the demonology of the Middle Ages,the Reformation, and Modern times, discussing the hicjuisition,witchcraft, and the history of the Devil in verse and fahle. The])rol)lem of evil is thus treated in its historical phase, butthe main purport of the book is philosophical. ])oint
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