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Benedict de Spinoza, the elements of his philosophy.

Harold Foster Hallett

Benedict de Spinoza, the elements of his philosophy.

by Harold Foster Hallett

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Published by University of London, Athlone Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Spinoza, Benedictus de, -- 1632-1677

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsB3998 H14
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 170 p. : xvi
    Number of Pages170
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15419513M

    According to Wikipedia: "Ethics, Demonstrated in Geometrical Order (Latin: Ethica, ordine geometrico demonstrata), usually known as the Ethics, is a philosophical treatise written by Benedict de. Among the boldest elements of Spinoza’s philosophy is his conception of God. Spinoza’s God, as presented in the Ethics, is a far cry from the traditional God of the Abrahamic religions. What Spinoza calls “God or Nature” (Deus sive Natura) lacks all of the psychological and ethical attributes of a providential deity.

    The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Benedictus de Spinoza (Spinoza, Benedictus de, ) Also found under: Spinoza, Benedict de, Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article.. Spinoza, Benedictus de, Correspondence (from a two-volume Chief Works collection; London: G. Bell, ), trans. by R. H. M. Elwes (HTML at ). His version of Descartes's Principia was prepared while Spinoza was giving instruction in the philosophy of Descartes to a private pupil. It was published by his Cartesian friends under the title Renati des Cartes Principiorum Philosophiae Pars I et II, More Geometrico Demonstratae, per Benedictum de Spinoza (), with an introduction explaining that Spinoza did not share the views .

    Benedict de Spinoza was a man filled with controversial ideas. Even in death, he was still not free from controversy as his books were banned in Holland. He questioned the nature of the Divine and the authenticity of the Hebrew bible. His many accomplishments earned him the nickname “Prince of Philosophy.” Photo Credit: Wikipedia. Benedict de Spinoza's Ethics, first published in , constitutes a major systematic critique of the traditional and religious foundations of philosophical thought. In it, Spinoza follows a logical step-by-step format consisting of definitions, axioms, propositions, proofs, and corollaries to create a comprehensive inquiry into the truth about.


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Benedict de Spinoza, the elements of his philosophy by Harold Foster Hallett Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is intended for the use of the candid student, devised as a monitory preparation for deeper study of the philosophy of Spinoza. By its means it is hoped that the student may avoid the chief pitfalls of Spinoza-interpretation, and be carried past many of the difficulties encountered by the modern mind in the study of his :   : Benedict de Spinoza (Bloomsbury Academic Collections: Philosophy) (): Hallett, H.

F.: BooksCited by: 1. This book is intended for the use of the candid student, devised as a monitory preparation for deeper study of the philosophy of Spinoza. By its means it is hoped that the student may avoid the chief pitfalls of Spinoza-interpretation, and be carried past many of the difficulties encountered by the modern mind in the study of his writings.

To this end perhaps the greatest hindrance to be met. Benedict de Spinoza. [London] University of London, Athlone Press; [label: Fair Lawn, N.J., Essential Books] (OCoLC) Named Person: Benedictus de Spinoza; Benedictus de Spinoza; Benedictus de Spinoza; Benedictus ((de)) Spinoza; Benedictus de Spinoza: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: H F Hallett.

Benedict de Spinoza His Life, Correspondence, and Ethics. Robert Willis - - Trübner & Co. Studies in the Posthumous Works of Spinoza on Style, Earliest Translation and Reception, Earliest and Modern Edition of Some : David Savan.

Benedict de Spinoza--The Elements of His on, Emanation and Salvation--A Spinozistic Study. Wernham - - Philosophical Quarterly 13 (52) Benedict de Spinoza, Hebrew forename Baruch, Latin forename Benedictus, Portuguese Bento de Espinosa, (born NovemAmsterdam—died FebruThe Hague), Dutch Jewish philosopher, one of the foremost exponents of 17th-century Rationalism and one of the early and seminal figures of the masterwork is the treatise Ethics ().

Baruch Spinoza (AKA Benedict Spinoza) ( - ) was a Dutch philosopher of Portuguese Jewish origin who lived and worked during the Age of Reason. Along with René Descartes and Gottfried Leibniz, he is considered one of the great Rationalists of the 17th Century, although the breadth and importance of his work was not fully realized until years after his death.

Ethics by Baruch Spinoza (a.k.a. Benedict de Spinoza) was originally published in under the Latin title of Ethica, ordine geometrico demonstrata.

Though the title highlights Spinoza’s ethical philosophy, the scope of the book is much s:   Benedict de Spinoza: The Elements of His Philosophy This book is intended for the use of the candid student, devised as a monitory preparation for deeper study of the philosophy of Spinoza.

By its means it is hoped that the student may avoid the chief pitfalls of Spinoza Brand: Philosophical Library/Open Road. The Principles of Descartes's Philosophy () contain many of the characteristic elements of his later work, but Spinoza seems to have realized that a full exposition of his own philosophical views would require many years of devoted reflection.

In the meantime, he turned his attention briefly to other issues of personal and social importance. Publisher description: Benedict de Spinoza () was at once the father of the Enlightenment and the last sad guardian of the medieval world.

In his brilliant synthesis of geometrical method, religious sentiment, and secular science, he attempted to reconcile the conflicting moral and intellectual demands of his epoch, and to present a vision of humanity as simultaneously bound by.

In Spinoza published a book under his own name called "Renati des Cartes principiorum philosophiæ Pars I et II, more geometrico demonstratæ", and a supplement to this under the title, "Cogitata metaphysica". The work does not give Spinoza's own philosophy, but glimpses of his views may be found in it.

Benedict de Spinoza: The Elements of his Philosophy. By H. Hallett. (The Athlone Press, University of London. Price 25s.) - Volume 35 Issue - G Author: G.

Parkinson. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Spine title: Spinoza, the elements of his philosophy. Reprint. Originally published: London: University. Benedictus de Spinoza (Novem – Febru ), named Baruch Spinoza (Hebrew: ברוך שפינוזה) by his synagogue elders, known as Bento de Espinosa or Bento d'Espiñoza in his native Amsterdam, was a Jewish-Dutch is considered one of the great rationalists of 17th-century philosophy and, by virtue of his magnum opus the Ethics, one of the definitive.

Baruch Spinoza's philosophy encompasses nearly every area of philosophical discourse, including metaphysics, epistemology, political philosophy, ethics, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of earned Spinoza an enduring reputation as one of the most important and original thinkers of the seventeenth century.

Samuel Shirley, who translated Spinoza's complete works into English. Much of modern philosophy has been shaped by the writings of the 17th century philosopher, Benedict Spinoza. Spinoza never had formal training in philosophy, but through self-disciplined study of various philosophers prior to his time and during his time, his philosophy.

About Ethics. A profoundly beautiful and uniquely insightful description of the universe, Benedict de Spinoza’s Ethics is one of the masterpieces of Enlightenment-era philosophy. Published shortly after his death, the Ethics is undoubtedly Spinoza’s greatest work – an elegant, fully cohesive cosmology derived from first principles, providing a coherent picture of reality, and a guide to.

In Spinoza published a book under his own name called "Renati des Cartes principiorum philosophiæ Pars I et II, more geometrico demonstratæ", and a supplement to this under the title, "Cogitata metaphysica".

The work does not give Spinoza's own philosophy, but glimpses of his views may be found in it. This book has pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in ; this is a translation by R.H.M.

Elwes. Description Considered one of the great rationalists of 17th-century philosophy, Spinoza's posthumous masterpiece Ethics, in which he opposed Descartes's mind–body dualism, has earned him recognition as one of Western.Benedict (Baruch) de Spinoza () stands out as a loner among seventeenth century thinkers.

He was excommunicated from the Jewish community in Amsterdam for his unorthodox ideas. After that, he had few contacts with other Jews, but because he was a Jew his .Benedict de Spinoza - Benedict de Spinoza - Association with Collegiants and Quakers: By Spinoza had already made acquaintances among members of the Collegiants, a religious group in Amsterdam that resisted any formal creed or practice.

Some scholars believe that Spinoza actually lived with the Collegiants after he left the Jewish community.