Philosophical Religions From Plato to Spinoza: Reason, Religion, and Autonomy

Cambridge University Press (2012)
Machine generated contents note: Introduction: what is a philosophical religion?; 1. Reason, divine law, and self-rule in Plato; 2. Moses, Christ and the universal rule of reason in antiquity; 3. Communities of reason in the Islamic world; 4. Christianity as a philosophical religion in Spinoza; Epilogue: did the history of philosophical religions come to an end?.
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