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An Outline of Spinozas Argument
crop of disciples. He thinks how immeasurably his country surpasses all others. The attributes also constitute the essence of substance on this view, so long as we add the phrase under some description or way of conceiving of that substance to the end. . The former has therefore always been more popular. The great majority of Romans became Christian after the Roman emperors had been converted. If all governments taught the same nonsense, the harm would not be so great. No one can deny, in face of the evidence, that it is easy, given military power, to produce a population of fanatical lunatics. Until you have admitted your own fears to yourself, and have guarded yourself by a difficult effort of will against their mythmaking power, you cannot hope to think truly about many matters of great importance, especially those with which religious beliefs are concerned. Behind the Geometrical Method: A Reading of Spinozas Ethics. A limited defense of Spinozas ontological argument.
Outlines of The Blind Fury
When I asked him why he across the bridge did not agree, he drew himself up and said: "Because I am Julius Caesar." These examples may suffice to show that you cannot make sure of being right by being eccentric. Among the Tibetans, one wife has many husbands, because men are too poor to support a whole wife; yet family life, according to travellers, is no more unhappy than elsewhere. No other substance can exist because if it existed it would have to share an attribute with God, but it is impossible for two different substances to both have the same attribute. . A few learned men remembered Greek proofs that the earth is round, but most people made fun of the notion that there are antipodes. Women may exert more power over other people's behavior, even in societies where men rule. Apart from the question whether Man is really so glorious as the theologians of evolution say he is, there is the further difficulty that life on this planet is almost certainly temporary.
Of course, such an event is of little importance from the point of view of orthodox theology, since men are immortal, and will continue to exist in heaven and hell when none are left on earth. One can think of substance as an infinite space.