Ethics (book)


Ethics (book)

"Ethics" is a philosophical book written by Baruch Spinoza. It was written in Latin. Although it was published posthumously in 1677, it is his most famous work, and is considered his "magnum opus".

The style and system of the book is, as Spinoza says, "demonstrated in geometrical order", with axioms and definitions followed by propositions.

External links

The Chief Works of Benedict De Spinoza translated by R. H. M. Elwes, 1951:: Volume II; ISBN 0-486-20250-X

The Ethics::

[http://www.yesselman.com/e1elwes.htm Part One - Concerning God.] [http://www.yesselman.com/e1elwes.htm#TableOfContents Table of Contents] .:: [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Baruch_Spinoza#Philosophy_-_Overview 1P1, 1P2, 1P3, 1P4, 1P5, Conclusion.]

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[http://www.yesselman.com/e2elwes.htm Part Two - Of the Nature and Origin of the Mind.] [http://www.yesselman.com/e2elwes.htm#TableOfContents Table of Contents] .

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[http://www.yesselman.com/e3elwes.htm Part Three - Of the Origin and Nature of the Emotions.] [http://www.yesselman.com/e3elwes.htm#TableOfContents Table of Contents] .

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[http://www.yesselman.com/e4elwes.htm Part Four - Of Human Bondage or the Strength of the Emotions.] [http://www.yesselman.com/e4elwes.htm#TableOfContents Table of Contents] .

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[http://www.yesselman.com/e5elwes.htm Part Five - On the Power of the Understanding, or of Human Freedom.] [http://www.yesselman.com/e5elwes.htm#TableOfContents Table of Contents] .


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