And then, in the ninth and tenth articles of the Spencerian creed, cause plays a somewhat different part.
Mr. Allen calls this the Spencerian view, and so it is in so far as that Mr. Spencer has adopted it.
First—his conception of God is amazingly meagre, and of more than a Spencerian unapproachableness.
It is to the pages of Huxley that we must turn to see this Spencerian fallacy refuted.
I allude, of course, to the establishment of the Spencerian Theory of Morals, which has made a new era in philosophy.
Any line of his writing was as neatly molded as Spencerian copy.
At the tail end of an article it is, of course, impossible to discuss the grounds or results of the Spencerian philosophy.
We had thus two epochs in our school, the Ciceronian and the Spencerian periods.
Spencerian evolution is an assertion of the all-sufficiency of natural law.
He was a Spencerian like you till Kreis turned him to materialistic monism.