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Hermeneutic Interpretation of the Origin of the Social State of Man and of the Adamic Race

  • By Fabre D'Olivet
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Partial Contents: Knowledge of Man is Indispensable to the Legislator; Intellectual, Metaphysical Constitution of Man; Man is One of Three Great Powers of the Universe; Division of Mankind; Love, Principle of Sociability; Marriage, Basis of the Social Edifice; Man is First Mute-First Language Consists of Signs; Digression on the Four Ages of the World; Deplorable Lot of Woman; Concerning Property; First Forms of Worship; First Geographical Division of Europe; Origin of Music and Poetry; Deviation of the Cult, Superstition; Establishment of Theocracy; Divine Messenger; Who Rama Was; Digression upon the Celts; Divine Unity Admitted into the Universal Empire; Origin of the Phoenician Shepherds; Foundation of the Assyrian Empire; New Developments of the Intellectual Sphere; Appearance of the Political Conqueror Involving the Despotism and the Downfall of Theocracy; Orpheus, Moses, and Fo-Hi; Struggle between Asia and Europe; Greece Loses her Political Existence; Beginning of Rome; Mission of Jesus; Conquest of Odin; Mission of Mohammed; Reign of Charlemagne; Utility of Feudalism and of Christianity; Historical and Political view of the Principal Nations of Europe; Institution of the Jesuits: For what End?; Movement of the European Will towards America; Settlement of the Jesuits in Paraguay; Principle of the Republican Government; Principle of Monarchical Government; Causes which Are Opposed to the Establishment of Pure Despotism and Democracy.
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    Product Specs
    • SKU: 9781564592774
    • Manufacturer: Kessinger Pub Llc
    • ISBN 13: 9781564592774
    • ISBN 10: 1564592774
    • Language of Text: English
    • Publication Date: 01/01/1992
    • Format: Paperback
    • Page Count: 616
    • Author: Fabre D'Olivet
    • Width: 7.62 inches
    • Height: 1.32 inches
    • Length: 10.72 inches
    • Weight: 0.17 pounds

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