Theological-political Treatise

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Hackett Publishing, 2001 - Religion - 254 pages
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The second edition incorporates Samuel Shirley's pre-eminent translation with corrections of the typographical errors of its first edition, and a new general index. Seymour Feldman has contributed a new Bibliography and notes.

 

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Contents

Introduction by Seymour Feldman
vii
Select Bibliography
xlvi
prophecy was peculiar to them
35
in what
59
Joshua Judges Ruth Samuel and Kings were not written
105
An enquiry into further matters relating to these same
116
An examination of the remaining books of the
128
An enquiry as to whether the Apostles wrote their
138
It is demonstrated that neither is theology ancillary
165
The basis of the state the natural and civil right of
173
It is demonstrated that nobody can or need transfer
185
From the commonwealth of the Hebrews and their history
205
It is shown that the right over matters of religion is vested
212
It is shown that in a free commonwealth every man may
222
Spinozas Supplementary Notes to the Tractatus Theologico
231
Biblical References
241

Of the true original of the Divine Law In what respect
145
It is shown that Scripture teaches only very simple
153

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About the author (2001)

Samuel Shirley, (1912-2006), was Classics Exhibitioner of Balliol College, Oxford, and Latin Lecturer at Cardiff University.

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