de Spinoza


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Dutch philosopher who espoused a pantheistic system (1632-1677)

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Nao seria demais afirmar, portanto--e neste caso nao estou senao tomada por inspiracoes de Spinoza (2008)--que podemos desejar ou repugnar com intensidade as representacoes.
The source in question is the thought of Benedict de Spinoza, (1) which I would characterize as a submerged philosophical context in a number of nineteenth-century poetries.
AMONG THE FIRST and the greatest to argue that religious belief and liberty were mutually reinforcing was Benedictus de Spinoza.
Baruch de Spinoza, born in Amsterdam in 1632, was a descendent of Jews who had fled the Spanish and Portuguese Inquisitions for the relative freedom of the Dutch Republic.
First made by John Milton and then extended by John Locke and Benedict de Spinoza, this argument succeeded in establishing civil peace and political freedom in England in the seventeenth century and in America and France in the eighteenth century.
The philosopher Benedict de Spinoza (1632-1677) blamed what he called negative human sentiments -- fear, greed, tribal hatreds, jealousy, and love of power.
See Victor Delbos, Le probleme moral dans la philosophie de Spinoza et dans l'histoire du Spinozisme (Paris: Felix Alcan, 1893) 8.
This is a research companion to the life and thought of the influential philosopher Baruch or Benedict de Spinoza (1632-77) and to the subsequent scholarship on Spinoza.
2) Benedictus de Spinoza (Amsterda, 24 de Novembro de 1632--Haia, 21 de Fevereiro de 1677), forma latinizada de Baruch de Spinoza (em hebraico: [TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII]), tambem conhecido por Bento de Espinosa, foi um dos grandes racionalistas da filosofia moderna, juntamente com Rene Descartes e Gottfried Leibniz.
In 1656, Bento de Spinoza was twenty-three years old.
6) Benedict de Spinoza, Theologico-Political Treatise, trans.
There is no evidence that the work of Benedict de Spinoza (1632-77) had any direct influence on that of Denis Diderot (1713-84) or Gotthold Ephraim Lessing (1729-81), says Crowther.
Here Yudit Kornburg Greenburg (religion and Jewish studies, Rollins College, Florida) presents a retrospective of his contributions to scholarship on Benedictus de Spinoza (1632-77) and Emmanuel Levinas (1906-95) and some other Jewish philosophers.
Den Uyl adheres to the proposition that Benedictus de Spinoza (1632-77) was part of a radical Enlightenment, and that it was this school that raised the philosophical questions that drove the modern Enlightenment adopted by institutions.
The first few pages by Dutch philosopher Benedictus de Spinoza (1632-77) are littered with bookmarks by readers who got no further; Jarrett (philosophy, Rutgers U.