"[H]aving forbidden all unlawful marriage, and all unseemly practice, and the union of women with women and men with men..."
The soul is “the first principle of life in those things which live: for we call living things animate, and those things which have no life, inanimate.”
"Regime means simultaneously the form of the life of a society , its style of life, its moral taste, form of society, form of state, form of government, spirit of laws."
The following works have been selected because they share the common theme of addressing Catholic political thought within the longstanding tradition of the Catholic Church. The works address what Spinoza entitled the theologico-political problem.
"The main reason for this appreciation is not only explained by the content of his teaching but also by the method he used, especially his new synthesis and distinction between philosophy and theology."