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By A. B McKillop

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Targeting the idea of Canada's significant scientists, philosophers, and clerics - males comparable to William Dawson and Daniel Wilson, John Watson and W.D. LeSeur, G.M. furnish and Salem Bland - A Disciplined Intelligence starts through reconstructing the relevant strands of highbrow and ethical orthodoxy well-known in Anglo-Canadian faculties at the eve of the Darwinian revolution. those contain Scottish logic philosophy and the normal theology of William Paley. The damaging impression of evolutionary principles on that orthodoxy and the key exponents of the recent kinds of social evolution - Spencerian and Hegelian alike - are tested intimately. via the 20 th century the centre of Anglo-Canadian concept have been reworked by means of what had turn into a brand new, evolutionary orthodoxy. The legacy of this successful highbrow flow, British idealism, was once vast. It helped to spoil Protestant denominationalism, give you the philosophical center of the social gospel circulate, and represent an enormous strength in the back of the construction of the United Church of Canada. during the 19th century and carrying on with into the 20 th, besides the fact that, the ethical valuable in Anglo-Canadian proposal remained a relentless presence.

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This assertion minimizes the extent of American influence earlier. See Mary Vipond, "Best Sellers in English Canada, 18991918: An Overview," Journal of Canadian Fiction 24 (1979), 96119; A. B. McKillop, "Science, Values, and the American Empire," in McKillop, Contours of Canadian Thought (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1987), 11-28,- Allan Smith, Canada, An American Nation} Essays on Continentalism, Identity, and the Canadian Frame of Mind (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1994) and Smith, "Doing the Continental: Conceptualizations of the Canadian-American Relationship in the Long Twentieth xxxii Introduction to the Carleton Library Edition 9.

Anglicans decried the extreme Calvinism which they believed not only characterized Presbyterians, but also reached out and infected Methodists, Baptists, and even some of their own clergy of an evangelical persuasion. Within the churches, quarrels continued—at synod meetings, in church newspapers, and in numerous pamphlets. Anglicans in the colonies divided, with the rise of the Tractarian movement in England, between High and Low churchmen. Presbyterians split 10 Chapter One during the 1840s into Kirk and Free Kirk adherents.

The religious life of a people is its only true life. 32 The religious influence must pervade the "whole course of study," said John Mockett Cramp in 1851 in his inaugural address as president of Acadia. It must sanctify all the activities of the university. "This college is open to all denominations, no religious tests being imposed either on students or Professors," he went on. "34 That education brought power was very evident to Canadian college presidents and teachers,- but this meant little unless the power thus gained was used to carry out the will of God.

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