Spinoza has been mentioned or cited more than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Alexander Artem Sakharov' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Spinoza was highly popular in February last year.
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[...] Altwicker (University of Basel - Faculty of Law) has posted The International Legal Argument in Spinoza (Forthcoming, Oxford University Press, System and Order in International Law, edited by Stefan [...]
[...] a taboo on emotional expression, become toxic to male health. Moreover, although the Stoics and Spinoza lived in male-centered societies, one would be hard-pressed in the twenty-first century to argue [...]
[...] a Protestant theologian both revived the idea but were suppressed. These ideas were revived by [[Spinoza]] a century later. By the early nineteenth century, it was shown in Germany that much of the [[ [...]
[...] critics of Western democracy have a legitimate point, but are pushing it too far. According to Spinoza, and his philosophical authority is quite formidable, there is no such thing as freedom, and [...]
[...] mind had been created by God, and he believed that God personally spoke to him. 3. Was Benedict Spinoza the father of methodological naturalism? Portrait of Baruch de Spinoza, ca. 1665. Herzog-August [...]