Baruch de Spinoza / edited with introductions by Vere Chappell.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York : Garland Pub., 1992.
Description
x, 411 pages ; 24 cm.

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Notes
Articles reprinted from various publications.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
  • Spinoza's distinction between rational and intuitive knowledge / Spencer Carr
  • Spinoza's monism / William Charlton
  • The intellect, the will and the passions : Spinoza's critique of Descartes / John G. Cottingham
  • Spinoza's geometric method / Edwin M. Curley
  • Spinoza's dualism / Alan Donagan
  • Spinoza's denial of free will in man and God / J.I. Friedman
  • Spinoza's 'ontological' argument / Don Garrett
  • Spinoza on immortality and time / C.L. Hardin
  • The concepts of substance and mode in Spinoza / Charles E. Jarrett
  • Liberal politics and moral excellence in Spinoza's political philosophy / Gerald M. Mara
  • The Spinozistic attributes / Thomas Carson Mark
  • Spinoza on the causality of individuals / Richard V. Mason
  • Spinoza on modality / Richard Mason
  • Spinoza on the power and freedom of man ; 'Truth is its own standard' : aspects of Spinoza's theory of truth / G.H.R. Parkinson.
  • (Continued) Spinoza's theory of ideas / Daisie Radner
  • Spinoza's ethical doctrine and the unity of human nature / Diane Steinberg
  • Objects, ideas, and 'minds' : comments on Spinoza's theory of mind ; Infinite understanding, Scientia intuitiva, and Ethics I.16 / Margaret D. Wilson.
ISBN
  • 0815305850 ((acid-free paper))
  • 9780815305859 ((acid-free paper))
  • 0815305834
  • 9780815305835
LCCN
91046094
OCLC
25025656
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