Tractatus Theologico-politicus: (Gebhardt Edition, 1925)

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BRILL, 1991 - 316 páginas
This new and complete translation of Spinoza's famous 17th-century work fills an important gap, not only for all scholars of Spinoza, but also for everyone interested in the relationship between Western philosophy and religion, and the history of biblical exegesis. The existing Elwes translation of 1883 has long been regarded as insufficient by Spinoza scholars for its misleading rendering of the Latin and its many omissions. Samuel Shirley, well-known for his excellent best-selling translation of Spinoza's "Ethics," now presents this new, complete translation of Spinoza's "Tractatus Theologico-Politicus" in lucid English, which meets the highest standards of modern critical scholarship. The book includes an Index of Subjects and a detailed Index of Biblical References as well as an Introduction by Brad Gregory, which sets Spinoza squarely in the context of his time and intellectual tradition.
 

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Introduction by Brad S Gregory
1
Translators Foreword
45
prophecy was peculiar to them
88
in what way
112
Joshua Judges Ruth Samuel and Kings were not writ
161
An enquiry into further matters relating to these same
173
An examination of the remaining books of the
186
An enquiry as to whether the Apostles wrote their Epis
197
An analysis of faith the faithful and the fundamental
220
It is demonstrated that theology is not ancillary to reason
228
The basis of the state the natural and civil right of
237
It is demonstrated that nobody can or need transfer
250
From the commonwealth of the Hebrews and their histo
272
It is shown that the right over matters of religion is vested
280
It is shown that in a free commonwealth every man
291
Index of Biblical References
310

that Scripture in so far as it contains the Word of God
205
It is shown that Scripture teaches only very simple doc
214

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