Tarbox, Everett J. Books

About the editor: Everett J. Tarbox, Jr. is Professor of Humanities Emeritus, Indiana State University. He is a graduate of Texas Tech University (BA), Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (BD, ThD), and the University of Chicago (MA, PhD). Tarbox is co-editor of four volumes of The Collected Essays of Francis Ellingwood Abbot: American Philosopher and Free Religionist. He has published chapters in books, articles, and book reviews on the works of Williams James and Ludwig Wittgenstein.

Collected Essays of Francis Ellingwood Abbot (1836-1903), American Philosopher and Free Religionist, Volume 1
1996 0-7734-9007-8
These four volumes include all of Abbot's major published articles. Any scholar or library interested in American philosophy, religious thought, and American social and intellectual history will find this edition of essays an essential addition to the collection. Francis E. Abbot was a noted American philosopher and champion of Free Religion, a member of C.S. Peirce's Metaphysical Club, the first American philosopher to support Charles Darwin, the founding editor of The Index, a founder of the Free Religious Association, and the founding President of the National Liberal League of America. In addition to over six hundred articles, he was the author of Scientific Theism (1885), The Way Out of Agnosticism, Or The Philosophy of Free Religion (1890), and The Syllogistic Philosophy, or Prolegomena to Science (1906).

Collected Essays of Francis Ellingwood Abbot (1836-1903), American Philosopher and Free Religionist, Volume 2
1996 0-7734-9009-4
These four volumes include all of Abbot's major published articles. Any scholar or library interested in American philosophy, religious thought, and American social and intellectual history will find this edition of essays an essential addition to the collection. Francis E. Abbot was a noted American philosopher and champion of Free Religion, a member of C.S. Peirce's Metaphysical Club, the first American philosopher to support Charles Darwin, the founding editor of The Index, a founder of the Free Religious Association, and the founding President of the National Liberal League of America. In addition to over six hundred articles, he was the author of Scientific Theism (1885), The Way Out of Agnosticism, Or The Philosophy of Free Religion (1890), and The Syllogistic Philosophy, or Prolegomena to Science (1906).

Collected Essays of Francis Ellingwood Abbot (1836-1903), American Philosopher and Free Religionist, Volume 3
1996 0-7734-9011-6
These four volumes include all of Abbot's major published articles. Any scholar or library interested in American philosophy, religious thought, and American social and intellectual history will find this edition of essays an essential addition to the collection. Francis E. Abbot was a noted American philosopher and champion of Free Religion, a member of C.S. Peirce's Metaphysical Club, the first American philosopher to support Charles Darwin, the founding editor of The Index, a founder of the Free Religious Association, and the founding President of the National Liberal League of America. In addition to over six hundred articles, he was the author of Scientific Theism (1885), The Way Out of Agnosticism, Or The Philosophy of Free Religion (1890), and The Syllogistic Philosophy, or Prolegomena to Science (1906).

Collected Essays of Francis Ellingwood Abbot (1836-1903), American Philosopher and Free Religionist, Volume 4
1996 0-7734-9013-2
These four volumes include all of Abbot's major published articles. Any scholar or library interested in American philosophy, religious thought, and American social and intellectual history will find this edition of essays an essential addition to the collection. Francis E. Abbot was a noted American philosopher and champion of Free Religion, a member of C.S. Peirce's Metaphysical Club, the first American philosopher to support Charles Darwin, the founding editor of The Index, a founder of the Free Religious Association, and the founding President of the National Liberal League of America. In addition to over six hundred articles, he was the author of Scientific Theism (1885), The Way Out of Agnosticism, Or The Philosophy of Free Religion (1890), and The Syllogistic Philosophy, or Prolegomena to Science (1906).

Essays and Sermons of William James Potter (1829-1893), Unitarian Minister and Freethinker
2004 0-7734-6593-6
William James Potter is best viewed as a radical minister in the American freethought tradition during the second half of the 19th century. He shifted from his Quaker foundation to Unitarian Christianity, influenced by Transcendentalist thinkers, especially Ralph Waldo Emerson and Theodore Parker. Later, influenced by Charles Darwin, he modified his transcendental perspective for a more empirical orientation. This collection makes available many of his collected essays and sermons.

Essays and Sermons of William James Potter (1829-1893), Unitarian Minister and Freethinker
2003 0-7734-6595-2
William James Potter is best viewed as a radical minister in the American freethought tradition during the second half of the 19th century. He shifted from his Quaker foundation to Unitarian Christianity, influenced by Transcendentalist thinkers, especially Ralph Waldo Emerson and Theodore Parker. Later, influenced by Charles Darwin, he modified his transcendental perspective for a more empirical orientation. This collection makes available many of his collected essays and sermons.