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Man and Spirit, The Speculative Philosophers
Saxe Commins and Robert N. Linscott, editors

1 "Every creature may be compared to God as the air is to the sun which illuminates it." Thomas Aquinas, 'Treatise on the Divine Government'

2 "Virtue means nothing but acting according to the laws of our own nature." Baruch Spinoza, 'Foundations of the Moral Life'

3 "God governs all things immediately; God possesses, in its very essence, the government of all things, even of the very least." Thomas Aquinas, 'Treatise on Divine Government'

4 "The parts of the world are all so related and linked to one another, that I believe it impossible to know one without the other and without the whole." Blaise Pascal, 'Pensees'

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