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Hunter, Graeme:
Spinoza : A Radical Protestant?

In: The Problem of Evil in Early Modern Philosophy 49-65 (2001)

Contains bibliography: 64-65
Other editions / translations: Online-Ausg./ed. 2016

Literature type: Articles
Language: English
Thematic areas: Theology / biblical hermeneutics / philosophy of religion, Contemporaries and context
Subject: Ep., PPC/CM, TTP
Subject (individuals): Burgh, Conraad ; Feuer, Samuel ; Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm

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English commentary: "I shall present the significant body of evidence suggesting that Spinoza was a would-be reformer of the Christian Church. This woud make him a radical Protestant, one of a good number of eccentric figures in the Netherlands' so-called 'second Reformation'. Once having presented the evidence for this case, I shall birefly consider its ramifications for understanding Spinoza, taking his theodicy as my test case." (p. 49)

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