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Nomination of Arthur Schopenhauer's criticism of the proofs of the parallel postulate for deletion
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|Only just saw it. Haven't been much of a clued-in user of wikepedia. Thanks for the note of appreciation. J. Sheldon (talk) 11:59, 18 October 2014 (UTC)|
Three of Spinoza's ideas
- The attraction of Spinoza's philosophy to late eighteenth-century Europeans was that it provided an alternative to Materialism, Atheism, and Deism. Three of Spinoza's ideas strongly appealed to them:
- the unity of all that exists;
- the regularity of all that happens; and
- the identity of spirit and nature.
I am very interested to know where these three ideas are to be found as a list in any literature on the subject? Thanks!
- It looks like it is from Lange, The History of Materialism and Criticism of Its Present Importance  — goethean 20:34, 10 November 2015 (UTC)