By Arthur P. Monahan
Monahan's analyzing of person philosophers, together with the paintings of Spinoza, sixteenth-century advocates of non secular toleration, and the novel Diggers and Levellers of britain within the mid- 17th century, constitutes a resounding evaluate of the political idea of the interval.
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