The Religion of Philosophy: Or, The Unification of Knowledge: a Comparison of the Chief Philosophical and Religious Systems of the World Made with a View to Reducing the Categories of Thought, Or the Most General Terms of Existence, to a Single Principle, Thereby Establishing a True Conception of God
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