The Unseen Universe or Physical Speculations on a Future State

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The Unseen Universe or Physical Speculations on a Future State

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"My father has been quite sewed up for some days back, by Clifford’s article: (a fine article it was too);[…]."

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Editors’ Note 2 on p. 141 reads:”In the June ""Fortnightly"" W.K. Clifford reviewed ""The Unseen Universe or Physical Speculations on a Future State"", an attempted reconciliation of science and religion, first published anonymously but later acknowledged to be by P.G Tait and B. Stewart.”. On page 87 of these Letters, Editors’ Note 6 to Letter 338, To his Mother, [5 December 1874], refers to RLS’s mention of Clifford as one of the people he had met that evening while dining at ‘the {Savile} Club'. The Note reads: “William Kingdom Clifford (1845-79), mathematician and metaphysician of brilliant promise. In ‘Memoirs of Himself’ RLS refers to his ‘irresponsible boyishness of mind and manner’ and says that he was then in the ‘hot fit of the most noisy atheism’.”

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The Unseen Universe or Physical Speculations on a Future State

Reading experience
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"My father has been quite sewed up for some days back, by Clifford’s article: (a fine article it was too);[…]."

Source

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http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/76770
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Scotland
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