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The concluding quantity of Maurice Cowling's magisterial series examines 3 comparable strands of thought--latitudinarianism, the Christian idea that has assumed that latitudinarianism provides away an excessive amount of, and the post-Christian idea that has assumed that Christianity is inappropriate or anachronistic. Cowling conducts his argument via a chain of encounters with person thinkers, together with Burke, Disraeli, the Arnolds, and Tennyson within the first part, and Darwin, Keynes, Orwell and Leavis within the moment.

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