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Evolutionary Reconciliation

When refined from its former materialism, the evolutionary philosophy exhales the spirit or an optimism that cannot be limited. What a great and rapid advance within the forty years or more since Darwin and Wallace formulated their theories of "The Struggle for Life," and "The Survival of the Fittest," to…
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Interior Force—Its Practical Evolution

Having settled the question for ourselves practically that we have, each one of us, a destiny to fulfill and a fate to master, the difficulties of daily life will not necessarily vanish from our paths immediately we have intellectually accepted those vital propositions, but we shall certainly find ourselves confronted…
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The Evolutionary Climb of Man

The eons of the past have been occupied with a struggle to bring forth man. That great effort is still in progress, for he is not yet completed. Generic man, or the human ideal, is, and always was, potentially complete; but in actualized existence and expression he is ever more…
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Evolution as a Key

The evolutionary philosophy of progress is well established. Like many other phases of truth, it has come into recognition gradually, having to overcome much misconception and opposition. In the long course of the human evolution of truth, there comes, in its own time and place, the perception of the law…
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Evolution (Poem)

Ye cannot escape me, O children of earth!For I am the essence of all that hath been—Of chaos, selection, possession and change,—And I am the prophet of all that shall be!I lay in the depths of the far-reaching cave!I slept in the slow-creeping Saurian's heart!I shivered the air with my…
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Human Evolution and the "Fall"

In the world's comparative chronology it was but yesterday that the evolutionary philosophy was itself evolved in the human consciousness. Only its lower and materialistic aspects have yet been recognized by science, the grander and higher visions being still in reserve. But even the limited progress already made marks the…
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War From The Evolutionary Viewpoint

War, like every other human phenomenon, may be studied from a variety of points of view, thereby revealing unlike aspects. We may survey it from the patriotic, ethical, social, humanitarian, religious or economic standpoint, and as a result reach one-sided and even misleading conclusions. But the evolutionary significance of war…
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The Evolution of Power

That power which the disciple shall covet is that which shall make him appear as nothing in the eyes of men. —"Light on the Path." Behold I give unto you power to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy, and nothing shall by any…
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