Kadinhani for Human reproduction would have to be controlled so as to ensure the best stock for the ruling caste. Integrating Plato’s (and the neo-Platonists’) distinction between the ideal and the real with Christian theology, St. Augustine (354 430), a North African bishop and philosopher, distinguished between the City of God and the city of man. Augustine writes that everyone, since he takes his origin from a condemned stock, is inevitably evil and carnal to begin with, by derivation from Adam.5 Based on this understanding of humankind’s fallen nature, Augustine concludes that secular government, the city of man, is inherently unstable and doomed to disruption. His prescriptions for politics are grounded in these beliefs about the inherited features of human nature. St. Kadinhani 2016.