- Definition of Spinoza in the Online Dictionary. (Biographies / Spinoza, Baruch ( 1632-1677) M, Dutch, PHILOSOPHY: philosopher) Baruch (bəˈruːk).
- The Philosopher, the Heretic, the Jew and His Lovers
- But she betrays Spinoza, she claims, by crafting a memoir of a Benedictus indebted always to his Baruch, of a philosopher who would always remain a Jew.
- “Human Beings are Determined” by Baruch Spinoza
- Spinoza. Spinoza, Thoemmes. About the author.
- The Excommunication of Baruch Spinoza
- The Excommunication of Baruch Spinoza.
- Baruch Spinoza
- Baruch Spinoza. Heretic, Lens Grinder. Steven Nadler, PhD.
- Baruch Spinoza Chronology
- Baruch Spinoza Chronology. 1391 Spanish Jews are forced to convert to Catholicism for the sake of "social and sectarian uniformity.
- Bento's Sketchbook
- Baruch Spinoza - also known as Benedict or Bento de Spinoza - was one of the most radical and attractive of the great 17th-century philosophers.
- An Interesting Exchange With A Jewish Anti Zionist
- -Baruch Spinoza Daniel Cohen (fictitious name) is deeply admired by many. He is a humanist, an anti Zionist and he is also a man of great integrity. A week ago, Daniel decided to challenge my views, and launched a courageous debate.
- La felicidad de Spinoza
- Baruch Spinoza aceptaba sin dramatismos el sufrimiento y su último acto, la muerte.
- Spinoza Kama-sutra
- On signalera malgré tout, parmi les épisodes oubliés, la vive passion que Baruch Spinoza, encore jeune, éprouva, dit-on, pour Clara Maria. Elle, plus jeune encore, lui donnait des cours de latin, quand Van den Ende, son père, en était empêché.
- Baruch Spinoza (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
- Dec 1, 2008 Baruch (or Benedictus) Spinoza is one of the most important philosophers—and certainly the most radical—of the early modern period.
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- Spinoza, Benedict De [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
- May 16, 2004 The young Spinoza, given the name Baruch, was educated in his congregation's academy, the Talmud Torah school.
- Aug 9, 2006 Baruch Spinoza was born to Portuguese Jews living in exile in Holland, but his life among the Marranos there was often unsettled.
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