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2) The centrality of Europe's "theological-political problem" to the genesis and doctrinal foundations of liberalism is a central theme of Manent's An Intellectual History of Liberalism (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1994).
The authors then turn to the history of liberalism, citing the work of Spinoza as setting precedent for separating politics from ethics, but Rasmussen and Den Uyl argue that this separation neither leads to the "impoverishment of morality [or] the trivialization of rights.
With its rich history of liberalism, it's a city of a balance and equilibrium.