Ethic, demonstrated in geometrical order and divided into five parts,
which treat (1) of God; (2) of the nature and origin of the mind; (3) of the nature & origin of the affects; (4) of human bondage, or of the strength of the affects; (5) of the power of the intellect, or of human liberty.
Translated from the Latin by W. Hale White; translation revised by Amelia Hutchison Stirling.
|Main Author:||Spinoza, Benedictus de, 1632-1677.|
|Related Names:||Stirling, Amelia Hutchison. , White, William Hale 1831-1913.|
London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1910.
4th ed., rev. and corr.
xcix, 297 p.
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