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  • Title: Book: RoP: Guiding Thoughts on the Method of Presentation (Pt1 Ch1)
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    • foundation. This becomes the viewpoint of Spinoza (1632 – 1677).
  • Title: Book: RoP: The World Conceptions of the Modern Age of Thought Evolution (Pt1 Ch5)
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    • building, Descartes (Cartesius) and Spinoza turned their
    • Benedict Spinoza (1632 – 1677) asks himself, “What
    • properties I must first determine.” Spinoza finds that one can only
    • the method by which Spinoza arrives at this beginning of his philosophy,
    • ego forms itself in free creation, so Spinoza demands that philosophy
    • as one of its attributes, as Spinoza says. Two such attributes are
    • substance that acts. Spinoza obtains the existence (Dasein) for
    • Spinoza's world conception, if consistently developed to its
    • follow Spinoza, endows the whole human personality with the impulse to
    • realized as the full truth. For this reason Spinoza calls the book in
    • One feels inclined to say that the private life of Spinoza, of the man
    • Spinoza constructs a total world conception out of thoughts. These
    • In a direction that is entirely different from that of Spinoza,
    • Herder's attitude toward Spinoza, contrary to that of other
    • (1743 – 1819). Jacobi finds in Spinoza's world picture the
    • connection with the spiritual world. In 1787 Herder defends Spinoza
    • Spinoza, man's experience with the divine being. Spinoza erects a pure
    • Spinoza, but this conception allows the human ego to assume a
    • relationship to the world ground, which in Spinoza appears merely as a
    • we observe how the current of Spinoza's thought enters into it in the
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  • Title: Book: RoP: The Age of Kant and Goethe (Pt1 Ch6)
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    • Spinoza's realm of thoughts, appears in Kant's mind. Spinoza wants to
    • supplies the firm foundation on which, according to Spinoza, the human
    • also thought in this way, and Spinoza had derived from him many
    • to the thought. For Descartes, and again for Spinoza, this is supplied
    • general mental conviction leads Spinoza to elaborate a world picture
    • the spiritual world outside the “ego.” Spinoza, through a
    • produced its prominent representatives in Descartes, Spinoza and
    • a pure rational view as Spinoza did. It was inevitable that Spinoza's
    • Spinoza really had undertaken the task of using his own mind, but in
    • About his occupation with Spinoza's writings, however, the poet tells
    • Spinoza's mode of thought as frankly as Goethe. Most readers were led
    • doctrines of belief, but to the view at which Spinoza had arrived —
    • to the atheist's (Spinoza's) worship of God and leave everything to
    • reason in the sense of Spinoza, or to declare war on the knowledge of
    • fruitfulness of Spinoza's mode of thought, according to which
    • If we then place the world conception of Spinoza into the light of
    • insufficient to explain them; these, in Spinoza's world conception are
    • my daily entertainment for several weeks in Spinoza's Ethics,
    • The realm of necessity in Spinoza's sense is a realm of inner
  • Title: Book: RoP: The Classics of World and Life Conception (Pt1 Ch7)
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    • insufficient. Like Spinoza, he also believes that all things are in
    • contemplation.” Schelling, therefore, does find Spinoza's
    • progressive conquest of the ungodly. Schelling compares Spinoza's God
    • which Spinoza had regarded his God. A God who orders everything
    • Spinoza. A freedom that many of us had conceived and even boasted of
    • derived from Spinoza's presupposition, not merely as a last resort,
    • reverence to the spirit of the saintly departed Spinoza! The lofty
  • Title: Book: RoP: The Struggle Over the Spirit (Pt2 Ch1)
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    • Spinoza, Leibniz, Locke, to Hegel, appears as a struggle for such
  • Title: Book: RoP: Modern Idealistic World Conceptions (Pt2 Ch6)
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    • results of natural scientific research. Spinoza believed he had found
    • Spinoza, Kant, Leibniz and others. One seeks a force through

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