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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How to use Spinoza in a sentence
Spinoza is the greatest of modern philosophers, because he is the first philosopher who deals with the soul and the body as one, not as two separate things.How Einstein Reconciled Religion to Science - Facts So Romantic | Brian Gallagher | November 25, 2020 | Nautilus
Peace, Spinoza said, is not the absence of war but the presence of justice.
Biographical works on philosophers followed— Kurt Godel, then Baruch Spinoza, her favorite philosopher.
God is always what Spinoza called it, "the asylum of ignorance."The Necessity of Atheism | Dr. D.M. Brooks
"God" is always what Spinoza called it, the asylum of ignorance.Theism or Atheism | Chapman Cohen
I endeavoured once to make Spinoza's system intelligible,—to show that all things are merely accidents of a single substance.Solomon Maimon: An Autobiography. | Solomon Maimon
He did not make a system, like Descartes or Spinoza or Newton: he showed the way to make it on sound principles.Beacon Lights of History, Volume VI | John Lord
It is of interest here to know that Spinoza, as has been shown by Joel, owed his idea of man's freedom to Crescas.A History of Mediaeval Jewish Philosophy | Isaac Husik
British Dictionary definitions for Spinoza
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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