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Spinoza

[ spi-noh-zuh ]
/ spɪˈnoʊ zə /
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noun
Ba·ruch [buh-rook], /bəˈruk/, or Be·ne·dict de [ben-uh-dikt duh], /ˈbɛn ə dɪkt də/, 1632–77, Dutch philosopher.
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Spinoza
/ (spɪˈnəʊzə) /

noun
Baruch (bəˈruːk). 1632–77, Dutch philosopher who constructed a holistic metaphysical system derived from a series of hypotheses that he judged self-evident. His chief work is Ethics (1677)
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