Lectures were the occasion of my first visit to A merica, during which I made
many friends, and experienced the wonderful hospitality and kindness which A
mericans, above all other nations, know how to show to visitors. The month which
I spent in the United States will always be one of my happiest recollections.
The subject of the Lectures is far too wide to be dealt with satisfactorily in a
short course. My purpose was rather to stimulate thought than to criticise a
powerful school of philosophy and theology.
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