RELIGIONS: ANCIENT AND MODERN
Story of Creation.
JAMBS ALLANSON PICTON,
The Religion o),Universe. \
The Religions of Ancient China. By Professor
LL.D., Professiof Chinese in the University of Cambridge.The Religion of Ancient Greece. By
Lecturer atNewnhara College, Cambridge, author of
to Study of
Islam. By the Rt. Hon.
AMBER ALI SYBD,
of the Judicial Committee of HisMajesty's Privy Council, author of
Magic and Fetishism. By Dr. A. C.
F.R.8., Lecturer onEthnology at Cambridge University.The Religion Of Ancient Egypt. By Professor W. M.
F.R.S.The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria. By
THEOPHILUS O. PINCUBS,
late of the British Museum,Early Buddhism. By Professor
LL.D., late Secretary ofThe Royal Asiatic Society.Hinduism. By Dr. L. D.
of the Department of Oriental PrintedBooks and MSS., British Museum.Scandinavian Religion. By
Joint Editor of the
Celtic Religion. By Professor
Professor of Welsh at UniversityCollege, Aberystwyth.
The Mythology of Ancient Britain and Ireland. By
Lecturer in Talmudic Literature in Cambridge
University, author of
The Religion of Ancient Rome. By
CYRIL BAILEY, M.A.
Shinto, The Ancient Religion of Japan. By W. G.
C. M. G.The Religion of Ancient Mexico and Peru. By
M.A.Early Christianity. By S. B.
Professor at M'Gill University.The Psychological Origin and Nature of Religion. By Professor
J. H. LEUBA.
The Religion of Ancient Palestine. By
STANLEY A. COOK.
Mithraism. By W. J.
Early Greek Philosophy. By A W.
The Philosophy oj
Stoicism. By Professor ST.
editor of the
etc.Plato. By Professor A. B.
St. Andrews University, author of
Scholasticism. By Father
S. J.Hobbes. By Professor A. B.
Locke. By Professor
of Owens College.Comte and MilL By T.
The Neoplatonists Apollonius
Herbert Spencer. By W. H.
An Introduction to
Schopenhauer. By T.
Berkeley. By Professor
D.G L., LL.D.Swedenborg. By Dr.
Nietzsche: His Life and Works. By
By JOSEPH SOLOMON.
Rationalism. By J. M.
Pragmatism. By D. L.
JtUdolf EUCken. By W.
Epicurus. By Professor A. E.
'William James. By