Peirce offers a context for his theology

In a few words, Peirce offers a context for his "theology" (from "Pragmatism In Retrospect - A Last Formulation." "I, for one, heartily admit that a Humanism that does not pretend to be a science, but only an instinct, like a bird's power of flight, but purified by meditation, is the most precious contribution that has been made to  philosophy for ages." What more need be said? 



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