Thus modern philosophy confounds, in man, the spirit with the body; in society, the sovereign with the subjects; in the universe, even God with nature; everywhere, the cause with its effects. It destroys all order, general and particular."--Louis de Bonald, again, very freely translated by me.--Louis de Bonald
Although Bonald probably didn't know his Aristotle, this passage is very Aristotelian. What is order? A positioning of before and after. What is the disorder he attacks? That which reverses this order.
One nevertheless sometimes must question the value of these long, almost schematic comparisons showing the consistency of the the modern worldview. Is the unity it displays real, or just a clever concatenation of similar words?