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Herman Kittredge Bio Ingersoll

A Biographical Appreciation of Robert G. Ingersoll (1911)

By Herman E. Kittredge

Chapter I : 1833 – 1840

Chapter II : 1841 – 1857

Chapter III : 1858 – 1866

Chapter IV : 1867 – 1877

Chapter V : 1878 – 1885

Chapter VI : 1876 – 1888

Chapter VII : 1889 – 1892

Chapter VIII : 1893 – 1896

Chapter IX : 1897 – 1899

Chapter X : The Philosophical Foundation Upon Which He Stood

Chapter XI : Did He Attack ‘The Theology of Fifty Years Ago’? Or Did He Attack the Christianity of the Time?

Chapter XII : Was He ‘A Mere Iconoclast’?

Chapter XIII : Was He ‘A Mere Iconoclast’? (Continued)

Chapter XIV : Was He ‘A Mere Iconoclast’? (Concluded)

Chapter XV : His Domestic Teachings: Woman, Love, Marriage, Home

Chapter XVI : His Domestic Teachings: Children -Their Rearing and Education

Chapter XVII : Did He Practice What He Preached?

Chapter XVIII : His Faculties of Artistic and Intellectual Expression

Chapter XIX : Universal Regret at His Death, A Summary of his Life-Work in (1) Politics, (2) The Law, (3) The Field of Rationalism, His Influence on Religious Thought