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A true monistic philosophy; comprehending the absolute, God, existence, man, society and history.

Author: Harry Waton
Publisher: [New York] Spinoza Institute of America [1947-
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Waton, Harry.
True monistic philosophy.
[New York] Spinoza Institute of America [1947-
(OCoLC)551353199
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harry Waton
OCLC Number: 2732594
Description: volumes 24 cm
Contents: v. 2. What is Society? --
The Individual and Society --
The Character of the Individual and of Society --
Nature, function and Destiny of Law --
Law, Justice and Mercy --
The Destiny of Law --
Liberty and Communism --
Freedom and Constraint --
Constraint-a Condition to Happiness --
Democracy ans Self-Responsibility --
What is History --
Proof that there Is History --
Heredity and Environment --
Cause and Destiny --
Philosophy in the Service of History --
Marxism: The Materialist Conception of History --
Hegel's Philosophy of History --
Hegelianism and Marxism --
Has Human Existence a Putpose? --
The Kingdom of God on Earth --
The Love of God and the Love of Man.

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