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  1. Jan 21,  · Gilles Deleuze’s book, “Expressionism in Philosophy–Spinoza”, is a penetrating way to go toward grasping Spinoza, especially if you majored in philosophy. I’m late in coming to Spinoza, and not a philosophy wonk, but Deleuze, brings some humanism to Spinoza’s geometric logic. Beth Lord’s Guide to Spinoza is a nice pocket.
  2. Apr 17,  · The film does not present a very deep or even an entirely accurate understanding of Spinoza's philosophy. But presenting Spinoza as "the Apostle of Reason," weeping, cringing, screaming, and feebly coughing blood as tuberculous saps his life away, makes for interesting viewing.
  3. A Book Forged in Hell: Spinoza's Scandalous Treatise and the Birth of the Secular Age. by Steven Nadler. out of 5 stars 7. Kindle Edition £ £
  4. Classic Philosophy: three books by Spinoza in a single file, improved 8/13/ by Baruch Spinoza avg rating — 9 ratings — published — 2 editions.
  5. Apr 05,  · Please enjoy and subscribe too. Thanks! Baruch Spinoza (24 November -- 21 February ) — later Benedict de Spinoza — was a Jewish-Dutch philosopher. Revealing considerable scientific.
  6. Spinoza. November 24, . Spinoza was excommunicated by the Jewish community at age 24 probably for holding radical views of the immortality of the soul. He was born in Amsterdam to Portuguese Jewish family whose ancestors fled to the Netherlands, escaping the persecutions of the Catholic Inquisition in
  7. Spinoza (b. , d. ) was one of the first of the Enlightenment philosophers. He was born to Sephardic Portuguese Jewish parents, living in the Netherlands due to the Inquisition. His views were so novel, particularly his biblical criticism, that some of his works were only published posthumously, particularly the Ethics.
  8. Heresy Spinoza: Cursed be he by day; and cursed be he by night Three hundred and fifty years ago, Spinoza was excommunicated. This affords Peter Cave the excuse to remind us of this most tolerant philosopher – of his life, metaphysics and humanity.. Spinoza’s name does not trip off the lips of many people, and those from whose lips it trips typically know only that he was a pantheist.

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