Meaning in Spinoza's Method

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Index of passages referred to and cited

ETHICS

PART I
a3 25
a4 15, 25, 55, 70, 80, 124, 140, 212
d1 67, 163, 165
d2 67, 162, 214
d3 21, 67, 165
d4 21, 67
d5 21, 40, 67, 162, 165, 208
d6 67, 149, 163, 165, 176, 178
d7 22, 39, 67, 162
d8 40, 67, 162, 204
2 76
3 76
7 57, 60, 103, 139, 163, 164, 178, 211
8c 65
8s1 57, 64
8s2 160, 163
9 140
10 149
11 163, 175
11s 38, 179
15 70, 94, 208, 211
16 15, 38, 72, 80, 139, 145, 147, 165, 176, 177, 178, 211, 212
18 59, 69, 216
21 40
25 178
25c 53, 69, 125, 126, 201, 208
28 140
29s 22
30s 80
31 37
33 64, 66, 173
33s1 66
35 38
36 72, 80, 96, 140, 179

PART II
“Preface” 18
d2 27, 115, 209, 214, 217, 218
d3 202
d4 52, 53, 89
d6 52
d7 112, 114, 214, 222
a1 126
a2 126
1 53, 64, 124
2 48, 124
3 8, 48, 53
7 26, 65, 102, 112, 123, 124, 139, 185, 191, 204, 211, 212
10cs 209
11s 144
12 185
13 8, 192, 195, 214
13definition 40, 110, 112, 219, 221
13postulate6 40, 112
13l2 51, 55, 189
13l6 102, 114
13l7 41, 214
14 185
17s 183
18s 51
21s 84
24 111
28 55, 113
29 195
29c 52
29s 22
32 94
33 71
34 55, 70
40s1 14, 182
40s2 4, 17, 51, 56, 85, 110, 181, 197, 199, 201, 213, 215
42 115

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