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Minguy, Thomas:
The Desiring Constitutions of Communities : A Two-fold Reading of Spinoza's Social Philosophy in the 'Ethics'

In: Journal of Spinoza Studies 2, 1 (2023), [64]-82

Contains bibliography: 81-82

Literature type: Articles
Language: English
Thematic areas: Commentary of works, Theory of society, Philosophy of politics and law
Subject: E, TTP
Subject (individuals): Balibar, Étienne

Complete bibliographic evaluation: yes
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English commentary: "This paper argues that we find a double deduction of the origin of society in Spinoza’s philosophy. The site of this doubleness is in E4p37, where Spinoza offers two distinct demonstrations for the same phenomenon. Paying close attention to this double articulationhighlights important features of Spinozian social and political philosophy. As Étienne Balibar noted, the two demonstrations operate according to two dimensions of human existence, namely rationality and affectivity." (from the abscract)

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