OF BENEDICT DE SPINOZA.
DEMONSTRATED AFTER THE METHOD OF GEOMETERS, AND DEVIDED INTO
IN WHICH ARE TREARED SEPARATELY:
II. OF THE SOUL.
III. OF THE AFFECTIONS OR PASSIONS.
IV. OF MAN'S SLAVERY, OR THE FORCE OF THE PASSIONS.
V. OF MAN'S FREEDOM, OR THE POWER OF THE UNDERSTANDING.
FROM THE LATIN.
WITH AN INTRODUCTORY SKETCH
OF HIS LIFE AND WRITINGS.
One God and Father of all, who is above all, and through all,
and in you all. -- PAUL, EPIST. EPHES. iv. 6.
For in him we live, and move, and have our being. -- ACTS xvii. 28.
NEW YORK: D. VAN NOSTRAND, PUBLISHER, 23 MURRAY STREET AND 27 WARREN STREET. 1876
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Book title: The Ethics of Benedict de Spinoza:Demonstrated after the Method of Geometers, and Divided into Five Parts, in Which Are Treated Separately: I. of God. II. of the Soul. III. of the Affections or Passions. IV. of Man's Slavery, or the Force of the Passions. V. of Man's Freedom.
Contributors: Benedict De Spinoza - Author.
Publisher: D. Van Nostrand.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1876.
Page number: i.
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