Haldane (essay date 1920)
SOURCE: "Prof. Alexander's Gifford Lectures," in Nature, August 26, 1920, pp. 798-801.
[In the following essay, Haldane considers Alexander's Space, Time and Diety in the context of Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity.]
Prof. Alexander has written a book which requires more than cursory reading. It deserves careful study. For it embodies a thoroughly modern exposition of New Realism in full detail. Moreover, these two volumes are not merely the outcome of a sustained effort at accurate investigation. They are distinguished by their admirable tone and temper. The author is throughout anxious to understand and to represent faithfully the views of those...
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