Baruch Spinoza

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- Social and Metaphysical Philosopher November 24 , 1632 - February 21 , 1677 Amazon Quotes about Baruch Spinoza Top 10 Quotes by Baruch Spinoza Read full biography

In so far only as men live in obedience to reason, do they always necessarily agree in nature.

Baruch Spinoza

Ethics - 1677 - Part IV : Of Human Bondage, or the Strength of the Emotions - Ethics Geometrically Demonstrated - Proposition 35


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In so far as men are assailed by emotions which are passions, they can be contrary one to another.

Baruch Spinoza

Ethics - 1677 - Part IV : Of Human Bondage, or the Strength of the Emotions - Ethics Geometrically Demonstrated - Proposition 34


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In so far as a thing is in harmony with our nature, it is necessarily good.

Baruch Spinoza

Ethics - 1677 - Part IV : Of Human Bondage, or the Strength of the Emotions - Ethics Geometrically Demonstrated - Proposition 31


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A thing cannot be bad for us through the quality which it has in common with our nature, but it is bad for us in so far as it is contrary to our nature.

Baruch Spinoza

Ethics - 1677 - Part IV : Of Human Bondage, or the Strength of the Emotions - Ethics Geometrically Demonstrated - Proposition 30


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