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By theocracy we do not mean a State in which God governs, but a State in which persons claiming some special authority to declare the divine will are habitually obeyed on this ground, not only in the ordering of religious worship, but in the administration of secular affairs.

The Complete Works and Select Correspondence of Henry Sidgwick. Development of European Polity. Lecture XV. Medieval Theocracy


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