The Philosophy of Spinoza.pdf

The Philosophy of Spinoza

Benedict de Spinoza

“No doubt i ffdoubt it will be difficult for those who think about things loosely, and have not been accustomed to know them by their primary causes, to comprehend the demonstration of Prop. vii.: for such persons make no distinction between the modifications of substances and the substances themselves, and are ignorant of the manner in which things are produced

Among philosophers, Spinoza is best known for his Ethics, a monumental work that presents an ethical vision unfolding out of a monistic metaphysics in which ...

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The Philosophy of Spinoza.pdf

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Sofi Voighua

Harry Austryn Wolfson's systematic presentation of the philosophy of Spinoza has long been a classic. It is with pride that we make it available again in a ... 30 Nov 2009 ... Spinoza seeks to deconstruct the interpretive practices that dematerialize the Hebrew Scriptures and distort them into an allegorical anticipation ...

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Mattio Mazios

This view of Spinoza as the philosopher of the abyss is in some ways misleading. Wolfson, Harry A.: The Philosophy of Spinoza (New York: Meridian, 1934, 1958). To the practice of popularization, Spinoza, one may confidently feel, would not be averse. He himself gave a short popular statement of his philosophy in the Political Treatise.

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Noe Schulzzo

Spinoza is quite optimistic about our capacities of deliberation and science. With these, we can know all the principles of nature, and hence all the principles of God. In Spinoza’s view, both the modes of materiality and of thought are causally determined. He thus denies human freedom as it is traditionally understood.

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Jason Statham

12.06.2015

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Jessica Kolhmann

17.03.2020