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This text is a collection of publications by Dr. William Maynard Lockwood of Chicago, IL. The following includes nine works: “The Molecular Hypothesis of Nature; the Relation of its Principles to Continued Existence and to the Philosophy of Spiritualism,” “Historical, Logical and Philosophical Objections to the Dogmas of Reincarnation and Re-Embodiment,” “the Disputed Parables of Jesus Christ,” “the Infidelity of Ecclesiasticism a Menace to American Civilization,” “Scientific Analysis of Spirit Photography and Spirit Materialization,” “Fundamental Principles of Psychological Phenomena,” “the Spiritualism of Nature,” “An Inquiry into the Reality, Amplitude & Dynamics of the Fourth Dimension of Space,” and “Review of the Rev. R.V. Hunter’s (Presbyterian) Attack Upon Modern Spiritualism” and touch on the subjects of religion, spirituality, science, and philosophy. Additionally, throughout the book there are advertisements for other works by Lockwood including “Continuity of Life a Cosmic Truth.”

Publication Date

1895

Publisher

W.M. Lockwood

City

Chicago, IL

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Dr. W.M. Lockwood, Works of Dr. W.M. Lockwood, the Molecular Hypothesis of Nature, the Molecular Hypothesis of Nature; the Relation of its Principles to Continued Existence and to the Philosophy of Spiritualism, Historical, Logical and Philosophical Objections to the Dogmas of Reincarnation and Re-Embodiment, the Disputed Parables of Jesus Christ, the Infidelity of Ecclesiasticism a Menace to American Civilization, Scientific Analysis of Spirit Photography and Spirit Materialization, Fundamental Principles of Psychological Phenomena, the Spiritualism of Nature, An Inquiry into the Reality, Amplitude & Dynamics of the Fourth Dimension of Space, Review of the Rev. R.V. Hunter’s (Presbyterian) Attack Upon Modern Spiritualism, Continuity of Life a Cosmic Truth, religion and science, science and philosophy, spirituality, religion, science, William Maynard Lockwood, the works of William Maynard Lockwood, 19th century science, the philosophy of spiritualism, dogma, reincarnation, re-embodiment, Jesus Christ, ecclesiasticism, spirit photography, spirit materialization, psychological phenomena, spiritualism of nature, the fourth dimension of space, Rev. R.V. Hunter, modern spiritualism, 19th century religion, 19th century spiritualism, 19th century philosophy

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Lockwood, W. M. (William Maynard), 1835-; Science--History--19th century; Religion and science; Religion and science--Periodicals; Religion and science--History; Philosophy and science; Spirituality; Spirituality in literature; Spirituality--History; Spirituality--Psychology; Spirituality--United States; Religion; Science; Dogma; Reincarnation; Spirit photography; spirit photography; Fourth dimension; Science vs. modern spiritualism; Religion--19th century; United States--Religion--19th century; Religion--Philosophy--History--19th century; Science--Philosophy--History--19th century; Religion--Philosophy--History--19th century; Philosophy, English--19th century; History--Philosophy--History--19th century; Philosophy, American--19th century

Works of Dr. W.M. Lockwood

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