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Since their publications in 1982, Samuel Shirley's translations of Spinoza's Ethics and Selected Letters have been commended for their accuracy and readability. Now with the addition of his new translation of Treatise on the Emendation of the Intellect this enlarged edition will be even more useful to students of Spinoza's thought.
Table of Contents
|Translator's Preface||p. 21|
|The Ethics||p. 31|
|Concerning God||p. 31|
|Of the Nature and Origin of the Mind||p. 63|
|Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Emotions||p. 102|
|Of Human Bondage, or the Nature of the Emotions||p. 152|
|Of the Power of the Intellect, or of Human Freedom||p. 201|
|Translator's Preface||p. 231|
|Treatise on the Emendation of the Intellect||p. 233|
|Selected Letters||p. 263|
|Selected Bibliography||p. 294|
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