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The philosophy of Spinoza; unfolding the latent processes of his reasoning.

Author: Harry Austryn Wolfson
Publisher: New York, Schocken Books [1969, ©1934]
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: Benedictus de Spinoza; Benedictus de Spinoza; Baruch Spinoza; Benedictus de Spinoza
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harry Austryn Wolfson
OCLC Number: 45178
Description: 2 volumes 21 cm
Contents: Volume I --
Chapter I: Behind the geometrical method --
Chapter II: The geometrical method --
Chapter III: Definition of substance and mode --
Chapter IV: Unity of substance --
Chapter V: Simplicity of substance --
I. Simplicity and attributes --
II. Essence and existence --
III. Definition of the term "infinite" --
IV. Relation of attribute to substance --
Chapter VI: Proofs of the existence of God --
I. The ontological proof --
II. Spinoza's four proofs --
Chapter VII: extension and thought --
I. The framework of Spinoza's universe --
II. Properties, attributes, and modes --
Chapter VIII: Infinity of extension --
Chapter IX: The causality of God --
I. Materiality and causality of God --
II. God as free cause --
III. The meaning of immanent cause --
IV. God as conscious cause --
Chapter X: Duration, time, and eternity --
I. The story of duration --
II. Duration and time in Spinoza --
III. Eternity --
Chapter XI: Modes --
Chapter XII: Necessity and purposelessness --
I. Intellect, will, and power --
II. Final causes --
Volume II --
Chapter XIII: Body and mind --
I. God and man --
II. Extension and thought in God --
III. Body and mind in man --
IV. The nature of bodies --
Chapter XIV: The cognitive faculties --
I. Sensation --
II. Imagination and memory --
III. Consciousness and reason --
Chapter XV: Truth --
Chapter XVI: The three stages of knowledge --
Chapter XVII: Will --
Chapter XVIII: Emotions --
I. Actions and passions --
II. Conatus and primary passive emotions --
III. Derivative passive emotions --
IV. Active emotions --
Chapter XIX: Virtues --
I. Emotions and virtues --
II. Happiness and virtue --
III. Society and the state --
IV. Catalogue of virtues --
Chapter XX: Love, immortality, and blessedness --
I. A metaphysic for bilious souls --
II. Love and impersonality of God --
III. Immortality and the intellectual love of God --
IV. The religion of reason --
Chapter XXI: What is new in Spinoza?.

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