Paul Kurtz

Philosophical Essays in Pragmatic Naturalism

Buffalo, New York:Promethius Books, 1990.

"What is common to naturalistic philosophy is its commitment to science. Indeed, naturalism might be defined in its more general sense as the philosophical generalizations of the methods and conclusions of the sciences. " p.12

This work was cited by Lennox as an example of one who took naturalism as the philosophy which arose naturally from science.

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