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James Martineau to Hallam Tennyson (1893), recalling meetings of the Metaphysical Society: "I remember a special interest shown by your father in a paper contributed by the Rev. F. D. Maurice on the meaning of the words ""Nature,"" ""Natural,"" ""Supernatural,"" November 21st, 1871 [...] "The other subjects on which papers were read in your father"s presence were the following: "July 14, 1869. The commonsense philosophy of causation: Dr W. B. Carpenter. "June 15, 1870. Is there any Axiom of Causation? Myself. (Mr Tennyson in the chair.) "July 13. The relativity of Knowledge: Mr Fred. Harrison. "Dec. 13. The emotion of Conviction: Mr Walter Bagehot. "July 11, 1871. What is Death? Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol. "July 9, 1872. The supposed necessity for seeking a solution of ultimate Metaphysical Problems: Mr F. Harrison. Nov. 12. The five idols of the Theatre: Mr Shadworth H. Hodgson. Dec. 16, 1873. Utilitarianism: Professor Henry Sidgwick. Feb. 12, 1878. Double truth: Rev. M. Pattison, Rector of Lincoln College, Oxford."

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"June 15, 1870. Is there any Axiom of Causation? Myself. (Mr Tennyson in the chair.)

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"Dec. 13. The emotion of Conviction: Mr Walter Bagehot.

"July 11, 1871. What is Death? Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol.

"July 9, 1872. The supposed necessity for seeking a solution of ultimate Metaphysical Problems: Mr F. Harrison.

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