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Re: An irritating problem with IIP19

The human mind has no knowledge of the human body except what it has perceived through the five senses. If we had none of the five senses, we'd have no
Blake McBride
Jul 27, 2015
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1041

Re: An irritating problem with IIP19

Thanks for your kind. I will read them Iman
ilsswg
Jul 25, 2015
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1040

Re: An irritating problem with IIP19

I don’t know that I would call this "an irritating problem,” but it is certainly forms part of one of the central issues in Spinoza’s philosophy, one
Lancelot Fletcher
Jul 25, 2015
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1039

An irritating problem with IIP19

Hello, I have read IIP19 twenty times or more but i can't understand this proposition. what does Spinoza mean when he uses "God... in so far as He is affected
ilsswg
Jul 23, 2015
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1038

Re: IP5

On Fri, Jun 26, 2015 at 9:15 AM, ilsswg@... [spinoza-ethics] < ... Since each attribute refers to ONE AND THE SAME THING (2P7Sch), if the ONLY difference
Blake McBride
Jul 10, 2015
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1037

Re: IP5

Dear Iman, ... Let me first quote the text of IP5 and its proof. I am quoting Samuel Shirley’s translation: PROPOSITION 5: In the universe there cannot be
Lancelot Fletcher
Jul 8, 2015
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IP5

As you know, all of the affections follow from the attributes. considering it what, in IP5, does Spinoza mean when he mention the adverb "only" in following
ilsswg
Jul 8, 2015
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Re: third form of knowledge and how to achieve it

Hi John and All, You wrote in part (snipping for brevity the propositions): ... ...and... ... Thank You for sharing with us these propositions from Spinoza's
Terry Neff
Apr 24, 2009
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third form of knowledge and how to achieve it

Friends of Spinoza, It strikes me there are two broad themes in Spinoza's Ethics: 1. All things happen according to God's will, i.e. all things happen by
jflkronos
Apr 23, 2009
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1033

Conversation with Spinoza

Hello, Has anybody read Conversation with Spinoza, by Goce Smilevski?
dimitarpen
Aug 11, 2007
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1032

Re: A few questions

Hi Tahmidal, ... You say that these three statements are facts. Do you mean that they refer to some truth or reality which your own mind affirms, either
Terry Neff
May 18, 2007
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1031

A few questions

I am in an argument on Atheism. There I encountered the following facts. 1)That the universe is finite and it has boundary although there is no outside or
Tahmidal Zami
May 17, 2007
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1030

Re: New book on Spinoza's Theory of Imagination

Hi Gabriel, I appreciate that you have your own ideas and are studying other peoples ideas about "Spinoza's Theory of Imagination" which you would like to
Terry Neff
Jul 30, 2006
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Re: New book on Spinoza's Theory of Imagination/ad 1)

Hi Hans, nice to retake our contact. I think we changed some emails in german a couple of years ago, didn't we? Sometimes german is easier to me than english.
Gabriel Leitão
Jul 29, 2006
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Re: New book on Spinoza's Theory of Imagination

Hi Terry, I'm sorry if I'm writing just now. I think you don't grasp the "tone" of the work I'm trying to develop. I did never say the distinction between
Gabriel Leitão
Jul 29, 2006
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