- Oct 2020
"control over a country or people: God has dominion over (= controls) all his creatures."(Dictionary DOMINION: definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary)
Works Cited: “DOMINION: Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary.” Translated by Cambridge Dictionary, DOMINION | Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary, Cambridge, 2015, dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/dominion.
"Sacrifice! Abnegate! Submit!" The spirit of Anarchism has lifted man from his prostrate position. He now stands erect, with his face toward the light. He has learned to see the insatiable, devouring, devastating nature of property, and he is preparing to strike the monster dead.
He is praising the anarchy by stating that anarchy develops the humanity
God is everything, man is nothing, says religion. But out of that nothing God has created a kingdom so despotic, so tyrannical, so cruel, so terribly exacting that naught but gloom and tears and blood have ruled the world since gods began.
The writer draws attention to the adverse effects of the religion.
"to make something necessary, or to involve something: Such a large investment inevitably entails some risk. [ + -ing verb ] Repairing the roof will entail spending a lot of money." (Dictionary DOMINION: definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary)
Works Cited: “ENTAIL: Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary.” Translated by Cambridge Dictionary, ENTAIL | Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary, Cambridge, 2015, dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/entail.
Religion, the dominion of the human mind
Karl Marx's statement, "Religion is the opium of people" is paraphrased by the writer here.