A Theologico-political Treatise
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Noteworthy for its profundity and insightfulness, this treatise by Spinoza presents a heart-felt appeal for religious freedom and tolerance. He is of the view that true religion emerges from devoutness, independence of mind and speech, and treating every one as your equal. Thought-provoking!
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