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Nadler, Steven:
Benedictus Pantheissimus

In: Insiders and Outsiders in Seventeenth-Century Philosophy  / Rogers, G. A. J. ; Sorell, Tom ; Kraye, Jill (Hrsg./eds.). - New York [e.a.] : Routledge, 2010: [238]-256. - (Routledge Studies in Seventeenth-Century Philosophy ; 12)

Literature type: Articles
Language: English
Thematic areas: Metaphysics / ontology, Theology / biblical hermeneutics / philosophy of religion, Reception history
Subject: E, TTP
Subject (individuals): mehrere/several

Complete bibliographic evaluation: yes
Autopsy: yes
English commentary: The picture of Spinoza as an atheist in the 17th century, as a pantheist in the 18th century, on the definition of 'pantheisms', Spinoza's notion of the relation God-world.
"Spinoza did not elevate nature into the divine. On the contrary, he reduced the divine to nature - he naturalized God - in the hope of diminishing the power of the passions and superstitious beliefs to which the traditional and even untraditional conceptions of God give rise." (p. 253)

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