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the specific Gods  System of Science
        part off  Logic
        part off  Nature
        part off  Spirit/Mind
            part off  subjective Spirit/Mind
            part off  objective Spirit/Mind
            part off  absolute
                part off  Art
                part off  Religion
                    part off  Religion in general
                    part off  finite Religions
                        part off  natural Religions
                        part off  spiritual Individuality
                            part off  Jewish religion
                            part off  Greek religion
                                part off  Concept
                                part off  Form
                                    part off  Fight of Spirit vs. Nature
                                    part off  formless necessity
                                    part off  > the specific Gods <
                                        part off  coincidental organization
                                        part off  Shine and perception
                                        part off  beautiful shape
                                part off  Cult
                            part off  Roman religion
                    part off  Christian religion
                part off  Philosophy

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