Edmonds and Warburton: Philosophy Bites Again
Edmonds and Warburton: Philosophy Bites
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Baruch de Spinoza was a highly original thinker and his Ethics provides an interesting analysis of the human condition. In this episode of Philosophy Bites Susan James discusses Spinoza's views on the passions.
Listen to Susan James on Spinoza on the Passions
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I really enjoyed Susan James' explanation of Spinoza's view of passion, it's a adequately simplified summary of it, but I disagree with her understanding of Spinoza's God. It's not exactly that I disagree with her directly but how she explained or expressed it. Yes God is everything but this is a very simplistic and generalized statement of Spinioza's God. Anyways I still enjoyed this.
Paul So |
November 06, 2010 at 05:37 PM
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