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By Joseph Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI) Brotherhood as an ideal has meant many different things to different men. In this disarmingly simple study Ratzinger begins by examining two contrasting views: that of the ancient mystery religions which created ‘closed’ brotherhoods of the initiated; and that of the Enlightenment, which looked to a future achievement of an open brotherhood of all men.