This latest volume in the Spinoza by 2000 series contains papers from leading scholars on Book IV of the Ethics, including Garber, Della Roca, Brinker, Bove, and Yovell. In this volume, Spinoza's understanding of the relation between reason and passion and the nature of human perfectibility are explored in depth, as is Spinoza's place within the history of philosophy and his relation to other components of early modern thought. This series is already well respected and eagerly anticipated within the scholarly community.Über den Autor:
Yirmiyahu Yovel is Professor of Philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Hans Jonas Professor at the New School University, and founder-chairman of the Jerusalem Spinoza Institute. His publications include Spinoza and Other Heretics, Kant and the Philosophy of History, and The Dark Riddle: Hegel, Nietzsche, and the Jews.
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