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F all time The "Interview Is Available Here Life "is available here if you let it be I didn t care for Spinoza to put it simply First of all and probably most importantly is I can t stand fatalism I hate it in philosophy and I really hate it in theology Spinoza supports absolute causality even down to human emotions His trivializing of human and divine nature is so annoying and problematic that it is surprising that he became so influential While he gets some things right that Descartes got wrong namely by countering the inane method of. Sciences in the early twenty first century provide evidence that Spinoza's biological nderstanding of the
Emotions May Also Have Been may also have been on target It was pon this prescient naturalistic scientific foundation that Spinoza developed a new approach to ethics Perhaps the most important heirs to Spinoza's thought are Nietzsche Marx and Freud but the Radical Enlightenment has recently
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"novelist and professor "and professor philosophy Rebecca Newberger Goldstein has chosen to discuss Baruch Spinoza s Ethics on FiveBooks as one of the top five on her subject Reason and its Limitations saying that He is of course one of the great 17 century rationalists someone who made all the claims for reason that have ever been
made There is great ambiguity in him He was called a God intoxicated man by the poet Novalis But heThere is great ambiguity in him He was called a God intoxicated man by the poet Novalis But he also perhaps one of the most effective atheists Baruch Spinoza places freedom as the ltimate aim and central value of the life well lived His philosophy is "Marked By The Most Thorough "by the most thorough naturalism of any of its period so much so that a number of its central tenets remain a matter of lively debate today Spinoza's commitment to the search for a comprehensive nderstanding of all things inspired Einstein Further discoveries in the neuro. ,
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he was much better than Descartes I do find it befuddling that oftenwas much better than Descartes I find it befuddling that often will cite Descartes and Spinoza as pioneers of modern philosophy "This is a surprising assertion because firstly philosophy has never taken a prolonged hiatus since Pythagoras and "is a surprising assertion because firstly philosophy has never taken a prolonged hiatus since Pythagoras and Pre Socratics It is surprising secondly because I do not see much that they brought to the table that was new and constructive I think the people who place them in a niue position in the history of philosoph. Een laid largely at his feet Nevertheless Spinoza's last words in the Ethics sound a note of caution and perhaps even of warning All things excellent are as difficult as they are rare Time however is finally catching The Shadow at the Bottom of the World up with Spinoza and the journey through his philosophy is well worth the effort as his views now than ever capture the contemporary scientific imagination and ethical sensibilit.