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Sánchez Estop, Juan Domingo:
Beyond Legitimacy : The State as an Imaginary Entity in Spinoza's Political Ontology

In: Spinoza's Authority, Volume I : Resistance and Power in the 'Ethics'  / Kordela, A. Kiarina ; Vardoulakis, Dimitris (Hrsg./Eds.). - London (e.a.) : Bloomsbury, 2018: [87]-112.

Contains bibliography: 110-112

Literature type: Articles
Language: English
Thematic areas: Metaphysics / ontology, Epistemology / methodology / philosophy of mind, Anthropology / psychology / doctrine of affections / body and mind, Philosophy of politics and law, Previous history (e.g. Descartes, Stoicism), Reception history, Comparison of theories, Materialism / Marxism
Subject: E, TP, TTP
Subject (individuals): Althusser, Louis ; Cicero ; Hobbes, Thomas ; Marx, Karl

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English commentary: "Spinoza, following Machiavelli, and followed by Marx in the "accursed line" of modern political philosophy, showed the way to a historical theory of the State which places it in the order of nature, not as a solid reality, but as an imaginary entity, an 'ens imaginationis'.'' (p. 108)

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