In this 1906 volume, Høffding divides his inquiry into what he terms "the problem of religion” into three broad categories: epistemological, psychological, and ethical. He addresses himself not to those are already convinced by a particular religion (or by religion in general) but rather to those who remain seekers.
About the Author
Harald Høffding (1843-1931) was a Danish philosopher whose early work was influenced by Kierkegaard but who ultimately embraced the tenets of positivism. His best-known works in English include History of Modern Philosophy (2 vols., 1900) and Psychology, the Problems of Philosophy (1905).