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33 pages (2007/1904); 270KB downloadWOWIO Books
; ISBN: WOWIO-00153
Canadian-born physician William Osler is thought of as one of the leaders of modern medicine. Oster delivered this lecture in May 1904 at Harvard University as part of "The Ingersoll Lecture" series, a yearly succession of lectures that always had "The Immortality of Man" as a subject.
What of immortality and science? Here Osler discusses the topic using three groups of reference: 1) those indifferent, with a live-for-today viewpoint; 2) those who believe humans can know no nothing about immortality and have no means of knowing; and 3) "those who walk by faith and not by sight."