Baruch Spinoza and Western democracy : an interpretation of his philosophical, religious, and political thought / by Joseph Dunner.

New York : Philosophical Library, [1955] .

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Subjects Spinoza, Benedictus de, 1632-1677.
Description xiii, 142 pages ; 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1955]
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index (pages 141-142).
Contents Spinoza's life -- The "golden age" of Hispano-Jewish culture -- The Marranos -- Uriel Acosta -- Spinoza leaves the Jodenburt -- Tractatus brevis -- Spinoza refuses to accept Heidelberg professorship -- A "godless" treatise -- Death at the age of 44 -- Spinoza's metaphysics -- Substance, cause, and attribute -- Descartes' dualism -- Deus sive natura -- On human freedom -- Mi afar ata ... -- From metaphysics to politics -- Spinoza's concept of God -- Maimonides and Thomas Aquinas -- Of prophecy -- Ethical and metaphysical attributes of God -- Miracles -- Natura naturata -- The chosen people -- Religion and civilization -- Universal faith -- Jesus, the last Jewish prophet of old -- Spinoza's political thought -- The Dutch revolt -- Spinoza essentially a political scientist -- Hobbes' "Leviathan" and Spinoza's concept of the state -- Freedom of thought and speech -- Self-preservation, not self-indulgence -- Spinoza, path finder of modern democracy -- Spinoza's legacy for the twentieth century -- What is atheism? -- A task for colleges and churches -- Completeness of personality -- The communist challenge -- Democracy and ethics.
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