Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
The philosophy of L.T. Hobhouse interested me primarily because it is an attempt at a synthesis of the results of empirical science and of rational thought. The religious aspect of his work, both in his definite criticisms and contributions in the specific field of religion and in the more general implications of his system as a whole, seemed to me worth compiling and examining.
Smith, H. Austin, "The Religious Implications of Hobhouse's Philosophy" (1933). Graduate Thesis Collection. 128.