This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1911. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... ALPHABETICAL INDEX ABSOLUT! A Absolute, the: In morals, 347; un- known and inscrutable, 234. Academy: Ingersoll attends--in Ash- tabula, 27--in GreenYille, 30; ol Music, New York, oration in the, 117-19. Accident, cosmogonic, Ingersoll not a believer in, 243-44. Act, Civil Rights, Ingersoll on the constitutionality of the, 126-27. Actions, must be judged by conse- quences, 348 ext., 349 ext. Actors, aged, pathetic words in be- half of, 480. Address: About Farming in Illinois, 92; Davis will case, 154-58; Eight to Seven, The, 92-93. Advocate: counselor and (See Coun- selor); New York Christian, pro- poses to boycott the Evening Tele- gram for publishing A Christmas Sermon, 161. Affection, "Back of all churches is," 385 ext. Afro-american Conference, the In- diana State, resolutions of, on In- gersoll's death, 498. Afternoon, an autumn, i sweet way to spend, 410-11. Agnostic: and Agnosticism, origin and meaning of, 226-29; as applied to Ingersoll, 223-25; the attitude of the, the only tenable one, 234; "the Great,"returns to the place of his baptism, 128; Why / Am An, Ingersoll's mental autobiography, 180-81; Why / Am An, scientific knowledge derived from by the laity, 541. Agnosticism? a Pasteur filter, 229; a principle universally applicable, 236-39; basis of, 229-34; candor the source of, 238; defined by Hux- ley, 228 ext.; foundation of, 229- Ants 34; metaphysical basis of, 229-34; not a system or creed, 236; not infidelity, 236; not limited to theol- ogy, 236; positive as well as nega- tive, 228, 229; relations of, to metaphysics, 230-34; why Ingersoll accepted, 234-36. Alabama Cavalry, the Fourth, 61. "alcohol," a passage from the Munn trial address, 7S-76 n. Alcoholic, the, moral responsibility of, 328 ext. All, Ingersoll's belief that the uni- ver...--This text refers to the Paperback edition.