Table of contents for Ethics / Spinoza ; edited and translated by G.H.R. Parkinson.
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Part 1: Introductory Material
How to Use This Book
List of Abbreviations
1. Life and Works
2. 'Demonstrated in Geometrical Order'
3. The Starting-Points of Ethics: Axioms, Postulates, and Definitions
4. Substance and Attributes
5. The Modes of Extension
6. The Modes of Thought
7. Causaion and Necessity
8. Truth and the Kinds of Knowledge
10. The Emotions
11. The Moral Philosophy of the Ethics
12. The Influence of the Ethics
A Summary of Spinoza's Ethics
Notes on the Transition
Part 2: The Text
Ethics, Demonstrated in Geometrical Order
Part One: On God
Part Two: On the Nature and Origin of the Mind
Part Three: On the Origin and Nature of Emotions
Part Four: On Human Servitude, or On the Strength of Emotions
Part Five: On the Power of the Intellect, or On Human Freedom
Part 3: Supplementary Material
Notes to the Ethics
Index of References
Index of Names and Subjects
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Ethics -- Early works to 1800.