Ethics, Part 2: On the Nature and Origin of the Mind

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Author: Benedictus de Spinoza

Preface

I now pass on to explaining the results, which must necessarily follow from the essence of God, or of the eternal and infinite being; not, indeed, all of them (for we proved in Part i., Prop. xvi., that an infinite number must follow in an infinite number of ways), but only those which are able to lead us, as it were by the hand, to the knowledge of the human mind and its highest blessedness.

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Chicago: Benedictus de Spinoza, "Preface," Ethics, Part 2: On the Nature and Origin of the Mind, trans. Elwes, R. H. M. (Robert Harvey Monro), 1853- in Ethics, Part 2: On the Nature and Origin of the Mind Original Sources, accessed April 18, 2021, http://www.originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=AN7Z5PI4ZB7XRLC.

MLA: Spinoza, Benedictus de. "Preface." Ethics, Part 2: On the Nature and Origin of the Mind, translted by Elwes, R. H. M. (Robert Harvey Monro), 1853-, in Ethics, Part 2: On the Nature and Origin of the Mind, Original Sources. 18 Apr. 2021. www.originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=AN7Z5PI4ZB7XRLC.

Harvard: Spinoza, BD, 'Preface' in Ethics, Part 2: On the Nature and Origin of the Mind, trans. . cited in , Ethics, Part 2: On the Nature and Origin of the Mind. Original Sources, retrieved 18 April 2021, from http://www.originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=AN7Z5PI4ZB7XRLC.