University of Chicago Press (2011)

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Heinrich Meier
Ludwig Maximilians Universität, München
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Morality, or one's own question as a figure -- Politics, or what is truth? -- Revelation, or he that is not with me is against me -- History, or the Christian Epimetheus.
Keywords Political science Philosophy  State, The  Christianity and politics  Church and state
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Call number JC263.S34.M44513 2011
ISBN(s) 9780226518862   0226518868
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