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"Since the universe is wholly filed with the Eternal Intelligence and the Divine Mind, it must be that human souls are influenced by their contact with divine souls ..." (8)

"Therefore, since there is nothing better than reason, and since it exists both in man and God, the first common possession of man and God is reason." (9)

"Only is universal service can mankind find peace, or peace be found for the troubles of the individual soul." (10)

"And since right reason is law, we must believe that men have law also in common with the gods ... Justice is one: it binds all human society, and is based on one law, which is right reason applied to command and prohibition." (11)

"It is better to extend the frontiers of the mind than to push back the boundaries of the empire." (32)

"Philosophy! The guide of our lives, the explorer of all that is good in...

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