18 (1903); C. Tiele, Elements of the Science of Religion (Gifford lectures,lect.
(Strassburg, 1896-1904); Tiele, Die Religion bei den iranischen Volkern (Gotha, 1898); Tiele, Kompendium der Religionsgeschichte, German transl.
(1885), pp. 240 ff.; Tiele, Bab.
11 This is denied by Tiele, Religion im Altertum, tr.
Drawn up by Tiele (Ency.
But, as Tiele pointed out, the " individual " element cannot be eliminated from the " race-religion," where each myth has been first uttered, each rite_ first performed, by some single person.
This enabled Professor Tiele to arrange the chief religions in certain groups, starting from the primitive conception of the common life of the objects of the surrounding scene:-3 1 Princeton Review, May 1881, quoted by Tiele, Elements of the Science of Religion (1897), i p. 42.
Manuals, treatises and series in single or collective authorship. - C. P. Tiele, Outlines of the History of Religion, tr.
B., 1893); Tiele, Elements of the Science of Religion (2 vols., 1897); Raoul de la Grasserie, Des religions comparees au point de vue sociologique, and De la psychologie des religions (Paris, 1899); Starbuck, Psychology of Religion (London, 1900); Jastrow, The Study of Religion (London, 3903); W.
CORNELIS PETRUS TIELE (1830-1902), Dutch theologian and scholar, was born at Leiden on the 16th of December 1830.
Tiele certainly had liberal religious views himself, which he early enunciated from the pulpit, as Remonstrant pastor of Moordrecht (1853) and at Rotterdam (1856).
Upon the removal of the seminary of the brotherhood from Amsterdam to Leiden in 1873, Tiele was appointed one of its leading professors.
Edinburgh University in 1900 conferred upon Tiele the degree of D.D.
His brother Pieter Anton Tiele (1834-1888) acted for many years as the librarian of Utrecht University, and distinguished himself by his bibliographical studies, more especially by his several works on the history of colonization in Asia.