Description - The Idea of God in Early Religions (Dodo Press) by Frank Byron Jevons
Frank Byron Jevons (1858-1936) was the British author of: Evolution (1900) and The Idea of God in Early Religions (1910). He was a professor of Philosophy in the University of Durham. By 'the Idea of God' may be meant either the consciousness which individuals have of higher powers, with which they feel themselves to be related, or the words in which they, or others, seek to express that consciousness. Those words may be an expression, that is to say an interpretation or a misinterpretation, of that consciousness. But the words are not the consciousness: the feeling, without which the consciousness does not exist, may be absent when the words are spoken or heard. It is however through the words that we have to approach the feeling and the consciousness of others, and to determine whether and how far the feeling and the consciousness so approached are similar in all individuals everywhere and at all stages.
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