City of God, cities of men
"If God is one, the worlds are many." Meta-Politics: City of God, cities of men explores the philosophical and spiritual basis for political representation and pluralism. Drawing on ancient as well as modern sources, it traces how universal functions have been understood to be "indexed" to particular persons and institutions, and why universals must manifest in a plurality of forms. It argues that, ultimately, the idea of absolute transcendent oneness is the necessary basis on which any communal life and peaceful relations must rest.
Meta-Politics addresses why universals must manifest in a plurality of forms.
CARLOS PERONA CALVETE is a writer for The European Conservative, where his contributions range from political philosophy to geopolitics and current affairs. He has a background in International Relations and an M.Sc. in Organizational Behaviour from the LSE. His professional experience includes project management for a number of international institutions. He has also published several fiction pieces.