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Minois, Georges:
The Ahteist's Bible : The most dangeous book that never existed

Weiss, Anne (Übers./transl.)

Chicago [e.a.] : The University of Chicago Press, 2012. - XII, 249 pp.

Contains bibliography: [215]-239
First edition in the original language: Französisch/French: (2009)
Mention of Spinoza: Chapter Four. Debates on the Origin of Religion (Second Half of the Seventeenth Century). Hobbes and Spinoza: 95-106 ; Chapter Five. From the 'De tribus' to the 'Trois Imposteurs': Discovery or Invention of the Treatise? (1680-1721). The Reference Edition, The Hague: 142-146 ; The Birth of 'L'Esprit de Spinoza' and of the 'Trois Imposteurs' (1700-1721): 146-151 ; ferner/further : XII, 79, 107-108, 110-112, 116, 120-121, 125-126, 152, 155-159, 163, 167-170, 181, 186, 193-194, 196, 203

Literature type: Monographs
Language: English
Thematic areas: Theology / biblical hermeneutics / philosophy of religion, Contemporaries and context, Reception history

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English commentary: Genesis and history of tradition of the clandestine treatises "De Tribus Impostoribus/Les Trois Imposteurs" and "La Vie et l'Esprit de Mr. Benoît de Spinoza" as well as the presence of central ideas of Spinoza in this works

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