The author examines the problems of religion critically from the standpoint of biology, psychology, metaphysics, etc. He makes a minute survey of metaphysical, psychological and political thinkers, their attitude towards religious concepts and a critical estimate of science and scientific investigations and in the light of these he builds up his own rational system of thought.
About the Author(s)
Late DR. SURENDRANATH DASGUPTA, was the Principal at Government Sanskrit College, Calcutta and King George V. Prof.of Mental and Moral Science, at the Calcutta University. He represented India at the International Congress of Religion in London in 1936 and in Paris in 1939.