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Philosophy of Spinoza

Unfolding the Latent Process of His Reasoning

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ISBN 9780674866416

Publication Date: 01/01/1934

424 pages

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  • Volume I
    • Behind the Geometrical Method
    • The Geometrical Method
    • Definition of Substance and Mode
    • Unity of Substance
    • Simplicity of Substance
      • Simplicity and Attributes
      • Essence and Existence
      • Definition of the Term “Infinite”
      • Relation of Attribute to Substance
    • Proofs of the Existence of God
      • The Ontological Proof
      • Spinoza’s Four Proofs
    • Extension and Thought
      • The Framework of Spinoza’s Universe
      • Properties, Attributes, and Modes
    • Infinity of Extension
    • The Causality of God
      • Materiality and Causality of God
      • God as Free Cause
      • The Meaning of Immanent Cause
      • God as Conscious Cause
    • Duration, Time, and Eternity
      • The Story of Duration
      • Duration and Time in Spinoza
      • Eternity
    • Modes
    • Necessity and Purposelessness
      • Intellect, Will, and Power
      • Final Causes
  • Volume II
    • Body and Mind
      • God and Man
      • Extension and Thought in God
      • Body and Mind in Man
      • The Nature of Bodies
    • The Cognitive Faculties
      • Sensation
      • Imagination and Memory
      • Consciousness and Reason
    • Truth
    • The Three Stages of Knowledge
    • Will
    • Emotions
      • Actions and Passions
      • Conatus and Primary Passive Emotions
      • Derivative Passive Emotions
      • Active Emotions
    • Virtues
      • Emotions and Virtues
      • Happiness and Virtue
      • Society and the State
      • Catalogue of Virtues
    • Love, Immortality, and Blessedness
      • A Metaphysic for Bilious Souls
      • Love and Impersonality of God
      • Immortality and the Intellectual Love of God
      • The Religion of Reason
    • What Is New in Spinoza?
  • List of Editions of Texts Used
  • Index of References
  • Index of Terms
    • Latin
    • Greek
    • Hebrew
    • Arabic
  • Index of Subjects and Names

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