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  1. Classic Philosophy: three books by Spinoza in a single file, improved 8/13/2010 by Baruch Spinoza, 2009-03-10
  2. Etica demostrada segun el orden geometrico (Spanish Edition) by Baruch Spinoza, 2007-01-01
  3. The Philosophy of Spinoza - Special Edition: On God, On Man, and On Man's Well Being by Baruch Spinoza, 2010-02-20
  4. The Philosophy of Spinoza, Selected from his Chief Works, With a life of Spinoza and an introduction by Joseph Ratner by Baruch de Spinoza, Joseph Ratner, 1954
  5. Philosophy of Baruch Spinoza (Studies in Philosophy and the History of Philosophy)
  6. The Road to Inner Freedom: The Ethics by Baruch Spinoza, 1957
  7. Reflections and Maxims (abridgement of SPINOZA DICTIONARY) by Baruch Spinoza, Dagobert D. Runes, 1965-01-01
  8. Baruch Spinoza: Knowledge Products (Giants of Philosophy) (Library Edition) by Charleton Heston (Narrator) Professor Thomas Cook, 2006-04-01
  9. La Anomalia Salvaje: Ensayo Sobre Poder y Potencia En Baruch Spinoza (Filosofia politica) (Spanish Edition) by Antonio Negri, 2001-01
  10. Baruch de Spinoza. Werke in drei Bänden by Baruch de Spinoza, 2006-09-30
  11. Politischer Traktat =: Tractatus politicus (Samtliche Werke / Baruch de Spinoza) (German Edition) by Benedictus de Spinoza, 1994
  12. Baruch Spinoza's Leben Und Charakter: Ein Vortrag (German Edition) by Kuno Fischer, 2010-03-16
  13. Die Produktivität der Macht. Eine Analyse der politischen Theorie von Baruch Spinoza. by Maria Cecilia Abdo Ferez, 2007-03-30
  14. Baruch Spinoza and Western Democracy: An Interpretation of His Philosopical, Religious and Political Thought by Joseph Dunner, Joseph Dunner, 1955

1. Baruch Spinoza - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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Baruch Spinoza
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Name de Spinoza Birth November 24 Amsterdam Netherlands Death February 21 The Hague Netherlands ) (age 44) School/tradition Rationalism , founder of Spinozism Main interests Ethics Epistemology Metaphysics Notable ideas Pantheism Deism neutral monism intellectual and religious freedom separation of church and state , Criticism of Mosaic authorship of certain books of the Hebrew Bible Political society derived from power , not contract Influenced by Hobbes Descartes Stoics Avicenna ... Plato Influenced Kant Hegel Davidson Schopenhauer ... Schelling Baruch de Spinoza Hebrew Portuguese Bento de Espinosa Latin Benedictus de Spinoza November 24 February 21 ) was a Dutch philosopher of Portuguese Jewish origin. Revealing considerable scientific aptitude, the breadth and importance of Spinoza's work was not fully realized until years after his death. Today, he is considered one of the great rationalists of 17th-century philosophy , laying the groundwork for the 18th-century Enlightenment and modern biblical criticism . By virtue of his magnum opus , the posthumous Ethics , Spinoza is also considered one of Western philosophy's definitive ethicists.

2. Baruch Spinoza - Wikiquote
He was named Baruch Spinoza by his synagogue elders and known as Bento de Spinoza or Bento d Espiñoza but afterwards used the name Benedictus de Spinoza.
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Jump to: navigation search I have laboured carefully, not to mock, lament, or execrate human actions, but to understand them. Benedictus de Spinoza 24 November 21 February ) was a social and metaphysical philosopher who was excommunicated from the Jewish community of his native Amsterdam. He was named Baruch Spinoza by his synagogue elders and known as Bento de Spinoza or Bento d'Espi±oza but afterwards used the name Benedictus de Spinoza
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    I believe that, if a triangle could speak, it would say... that God is eminently triangular, while a circle would say that the divine nature is eminently circular... We must take care not to admit as true anything, which is only probable. For when one falsity has been let in, infinite others follow... We cannot infer that because sciences of things divine and human are full of controversies and quarrels, therefore their whole subject-matter is uncertain...

    • The briefness of a letter and want of time do not allow me to enter into my opinion on the divine nature, or the questions you have propounded. Besides, suggesting difficulties is not the same as producing reasons. That we do many things in the world from conjecture is true, but that our redactions are based on conjecture is false.

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(d'Espinosa, Despinoza). Born at Amsterdam , 24 Nov., 1632; died at The Hague , 21 Feb., 1677. He belonged to a family of Jewish merchants of moderate means, and was originally called Baruch , a name that he later translated into its Latin equivalent Benedict. His father's name was Michael, his mother, Michael's second wife, was called Hana Debora. In 1641 Michael married a third wife who was named Hester de Espinosa. The family probably had some connexion with the little town of Espino in Spanish Galicia, and with the celebrated Marrano family there called Espinosa. (The Marranos were Spanish Jews compelled to conform outwardly to Christianity Baruch attracted attention in the school for Portuguese Jews at Amsterdam by his talents and application to study. He made rapid progress in Hebrew and the study of the Talmud , and his teachers, especially Rabbi Saul Levi Morteira, had the greatest hopes of his future. It was intended that he should become a rabbi . The subtle methods of the teachers of the Talmud undoubtedly trained his intellect and led it particularly to reasoning by analogy . The moral teaching of the Haggada had a great and permanent influence upon his code of living. However, the difficulties in regard to the

4. Baruch Spinoza - LoveToKnow 1911
LoveToKnow 1911 Online Encyclopedia entry on Spinoza.
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BARUCH SPINOZA (1632-1677), or, as he afterwards signed himself, Benedict de Spinoza, Dutch philosopher, was born at Amsterdam on the 24th of November 1632. His parents belonged to the community of Jewish emigrants from Portugal and Spain who, fleeing from Catholic persecution in the Peninsula, had sought refuge in the nearly emancipated Netherlands . The name, variously written Espinoza, De Spinoza, D'Espinoza and Despinoza, probably points to the province of Leon as the previous home of the family; there are no fewer than five townships so called in the neighbourhood of Burgos . The philosopher's grandfather appears to have been the recognized head of the Jewish community in Amsterdam in 1628, and his father, Michael Espinoza, was repeatedly warden of the synagogue between 1630 and 1650. The father was a merchant in fair circumstances. He was thrice married and had six children, all of whom predeceased him save a daughter Rebekah, born of the first marriage, and Baruch , the son of his second wife. Spinoza's mother died in 1638 when the boy was barely six years old, and his father in 1654 when he was in his twentysecond year. Spinoza received his first training under the senior

5. Baruch Spinoza - Wikipedia, La Enciclopedia Libre
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6. Baruch Spinoza
Baruch Spinoza was a Dutch philosopher and religious thinker who was born on November 24, 1632 in Amsterdam. His family was SpanishPortuguese Jews who were
Baruch Spinoza
Baruch Spinoza was a Dutch philosopher and religious thinker who was born on November 24, 1632 in Amsterdam. His family was Spanish-Portuguese Jews who were refugees to Holland. Spinoza was taught his early education from Jewish sources. He later went on to study other Jewish thinkers such as Maimonides, Gersonides, and Crescas. Baruch became interested in the physical sciences and the works of Thomas Hobbes and Rene Descartes. As a result of his studies, he grew away from Judaism and withdrew from the synagogue. In 1656, the rabbis banished Spinoza from Amsterdam. For the next five years he lived on the outside of the city were he supported himself by grinding optical lenses. During this time, Spinoza wrote his first philosophical work Treatise on God and Man and His Happiness . This work explained and outlined a good part of Spinoza's philosophical beliefs. In 1661, Spinoza moved to Rijnsburg and a few years later he moved to Voorburg. From there he moved to The Hague. Soon after moving to the Hague, he was offered a Chair in Philosophy at the University of Heidelberg . Spinoza declined the offer. He was afraid it might compromise his freedom of thought and speech. At this time, Baruch Spinoza was well known and was well respected for his work. King Louis XIV of France offered Spinoza a pension on the condition that he dedicate one of his works to the monarch. Again, Spinoza rejected the offer.

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Baruch de Spinoza. Baruch de Spinoza Born 24Nov-1632 Birthplace Amsterdam, Netherlands Died 21-Feb-1677 Location of death The Hague, Netherlands
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      • Complete Works . Ed. Michael L. Morgan and Samuel Shirley. Indianapolis: Hackett, 2002. The Ethics, Treatise on the Emendation of the Intellect, and Selected Letters . Ed. Seymour Feldman. Trans. Samuel Shirley. 2nd Ed. Indianapolis: Hackett, 1991. Collected Works . 2 Vols. Ed. and trans. Edwin Curley. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1985.

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    Baruch Spinoza was born in Amsterdam, in the Netherlands, to parents Miguel de Espinosa and his second wife, Ana Débora, who were of Sephardic Jewish
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    Baruch Spinoza is one of the most revered and scrutinized philosophers of the Enlightenment. An atheist at a time when witches were still burned at the stake, his treatises on democracy, free speech and free inquiry were branded as unpardonable heresies by Jew and Christian alike. Spinoza was a Portuguese Jew whose family had fled the Inquisition and established itself in the relatively open society of Amsterdam during the height of mercantilism. An extraordinarily gifted student of the Talmud, he began questioning the conventional wisdom of Judaism, and religion itself, in his adolescence and was excommunicated by his own mentor and rabbi. Spinoza ... became, at an early age, a minority of a minority, or a “double-exile” of 17th-century Europe. Source: Source:

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    baruch spinoza was born in 1632 in Amsterdam. He was the middle son in a prominent family of moderate means in Amsterdam s PortugueseJewish community.
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    First published Fri Jun 29, 2001; substantive revision Mon Jan 10, 2005 Baruch (or Benedictus) Spinoza is one of the most important philosophers and certainly the most radical of the early modern period. His thought combines a commitment to Cartesian metaphysical and epistemological principles with elements from ancient Stoicism and medieval Jewish rationalism into a nonetheless highly original system. His extremely naturalistic views on God, the world, the human being and knowledge serve to ground a moral philosophy centered on the control of the passions leading to virtue and happiness. They also lay the foundations for a strongly democratic political thought and a deep critique of the pretensions of Scripture and sectarian religion. Of all the philosophers of the seventeenth-century, perhaps none have more relevance today than Spinoza.

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