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Any good sources to help me with Spinoza's "Ethics"?

Asked by roundsquare (5512points) May 19th, 2010

I just bought the book and tried to start reading it. I got lost on page 1 and after 2 or 3 pages I had to stop. I’m not able to follow his writing style… or at the least, I’m not seeing where he’s starting from. Do you know a good source/website which I can use as a springboard? I have a feeling once I get used to his style, I’ll be okay.

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absalom's avatar

This will provide you a brief introduction and summary:

http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/spinoza/#Eth

YARNLADY's avatar

Join one of the Spinoza study groups online.

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