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The Ethics By Benedict de Spinoza
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The Ethics is a philosophical treatise written by Benedict de Spinoza. The opening page of Spinoza's magnum opus, Ethics The full title of the book is Ethics, Demonstrated in Geometrical Order. The... More > book closely resembles Euclid's Elements. At the beginning of Part 1, Spinoza defines key terms and lists axioms. On the basis of these and other definitions and axioms provided in the remaining four parts of the book, Spinoza offers proofs of hundreds of propositions and corollaries such as "When the Mind imagines its own lack of power, it is saddened by it", "A free man thinks of nothing less than of death", and "The human Mind cannot be absolutely destroyed with the Body, but something of it remains which is eternal." The impersonal style is frequently interrupted by stretches of informal and at times pugnacious prose, criticizing the views of philosophers such as René Descartes and Moses Maimonides.< Less
Ethics By BENEDICT DE SPINOZA
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BENEDICT DE SPINOZA Ethics Baruch (Lat. Benedict) Spinoza, or de Spinoza, as he afterwards signed himself, son of a wealthy Portuguese Jew, was born at Amsterdam, November 24, 1632, and died at the... More > early age of forty-four, on February 21, 1677. He was educated to the highest pitch of attainment in Hebrew and Talmudist learning, and through delicacy of physical constitution devoted himself entirely to study, cultivating assiduously philosophy as well as theology, while not neglecting the physical sciences. Imbibing unorthodox views he was formally excommunicated from the synagogue, and philosophy henceforth became the sole pursuit of his mind. He was able, however, through his great scientific accomplishments and mechanical skill, to gain a sufficiency for his subsistence by polishing lenses.< Less
The Ethics (Ethica Ordine Geometrico Demonstrata) By Benedict de Spinoza
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The full title of the book is Ethics, Demonstrated in Geometrical Order (Latin: Ethica, ordine geometrico demonstrata). The book closely resembles Euclid's Elements. At the beginning of Part 1,... More > Spinoza defines key terms and lists axioms. On the basis of these and other definitions and axioms provided in the remaining four parts of the book, Spinoza offers proofs of hundreds of propositions and corollaries. These include: "When the Mind imagines its own lack of power, it is saddened by it", "A free man thinks of nothing less than of death", and "The human Mind cannot be absolutely destroyed with the Body, but something of it remains which is eternal."< Less
A Political Treatise (Tractatus Politicus) By Benedict de Spinoza
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Tractatus politicus (or Political Treatise) is a political paper by Baruch Spinoza written in 1675 and published posthumously in 1677. This paper has the subtitle, "In quo demonstratur, quomodo... More > Societas, ubi Imperium Monarchicum locum habet, sicut et ea, ubi Optimi imperant, debet institui, ne in Tyrannidem labatur, et ut Pax, Libertasque civium inviolata maneat." ("In which how a society, may be monarchy or oligarchy, can be best government, and not to fall into tyranny, and peace and liberty of citizen must not violated is demonstrated").< Less
The Ethics By Benedict de Spinoza
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Spinoza is best known for his Ethics, a monumental work that presents an ethical vision unfolding out of a monistic metaphysics in which God and Nature are identified. God is no longer the... More > transcendent creator of the universe who rules it via providence, but Nature itself, understood as an infinite, necessary, and fully deterministic system of which humans are a part. Humans find happiness only through a rational understanding of this system and their place within it.< Less
Ethics [Christmas Summary Classics] By Benedict De Spinoza
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Christmas Summary Classics This series contains summary of Classic books such as Emma, Arne, Arabian Nights, Pride and prejudice, Tower of London, Wealth of Nations etc. Each book is specially... More > crafted after reading complete book in less than 30 pages. One who wants to get joy of book reading especially in very less time can go for it. About the Book Baruch (Lat. Benedict) Spinoza, or de Spinoza, as he afterwards signed himself, son of a wealthy Portuguese Jew, was born at Amsterdam, November 24, 1632, and died at the early age of forty-four, on February 21, 1677. He was educated to the highest pitch of attainment in Hebrew and Talmudist learning, and through delicacy of physical constitution devoted himself entirely to study, cultivating assiduously philosophy as well as theology, while not neglecting the physical sciences. Imbibing unorthodox views he was formally excommunicated from the synagogue, and philosophy henceforth became the sole pursuit of his mind. For more eBooks visit www.kartindo.com< Less
On The Improvement Of The Understanding (Tractatus de Intellectus Emendatione) By Benedict de Spinoza
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The Tractatus is an attempt to formulate a philosophical method that would allow the mind to form the clear and distinct ideas that are necessary for its perfection. It contains, in addition,... More > reflection upon the various kinds of knowledge, an extended treatment of definition, and a lengthy analysis of the nature and causes of doubt. The characteristic of the work is the discussion of different form of perception at Chapter IV and illustration of the best one in relation with the experience and intelligence at the next Chapter. He also addresses the issues of memory and forgetting.< Less
The Ethics By Benedict de Spinoza
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This is a masterpiece of applying logic reasoning to the proofs of theories in philosophy, psychology and religion. Authored by a famous philosopher in 17th century, the book organizes philosophical... More > and religious beliefs and assumptions into propositions and logically proves each proposition based on the known definitions, axioms, lemmas, postulates and previously proven propositions. The book searches the essence of being and existence by mathematical form of proving. It is a deep religious book written in mathematic notations. This is an eye-opening and mind boggling book for those seeking the truths about God, human and nature. This is also a good book for practicing mind reasoning capability.< Less
The Ethics By Benedict de Spinoza
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This is a masterpiece of applying logic reasoning to the proofs of theories in philosophy, psychology and religion. Authored by a famous philosopher in 17th century, the book organizes... More > philosophical and religious beliefs and assumptions into propositions and logically proves each proposition based on the known definitions, axioms, lemmas, postulates and previously proven propositions. The book searches the essence of being and existence by mathematical form of proving. It is a deep religious book written in mathematic notations. This is an eye-opening and mind boggling book for those seeking the truths about God, human and nature. This is also a good book for practicing mind reasoning capability. < Less
Etica By Baruch Spinoza
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Il capolavoro di Spinoza, nella versione tradotta in lingua corrente da Renato Peri, torna in versione digitale con ipertesto. Una vera novità nell'ambito delle pubblicazioni spinoziane:... More > leggendo infatti questo e-book attraverso un lettore per iPhone/iPad/iMac/iPod/Android si potrà navigare tra i rimandi che Spinoza ha inserito nella sua opera. Andare indietro a una Proposizione richiamata è semplicissimo e anche tornare al punto esatto dove si stava leggendo. Leggere l'Etica di Spinoza con questo strumento sarà più agevole. La filosofia di Spinoza è molto complessa e articolata, lungi dall'essere facile, questo e-book potrebbe aiutare il lettore a dimenarsi fra le varie derivazioni che il Filosofo olandese aveva organizzato. La versione per Kindle si trova su Amazon.< Less

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