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  • noun Plural form of Spinozist.


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  • Anyway, I suspect few of the poll respondants that Sam Harris wonders about were Spinozists.

    What can you say about those atheists who believe in God? Ann Althouse 2008

  • In the best of all possible worlds this would have led to an interesting debate among perhaps traditional believers, agnostic but spiritual people, Spinozists, and no doubt some athiests.

    What can you say about those atheists who believe in God? Ann Althouse 2008

  • The Stoics acknowledged a god, nearly the same as the god afterwards so rashly admitted by the Spinozists; yet Stoicism was a sect the most fruitful in heroic virtues, and the most accredited.

    A Philosophical Dictionary 2007

  • Religious liberals, Unitarians, and Spinozists are rebutted about as forcefully as religious fanatics like Jurieu.

    Bayle's Sincerity Popkin, Richard H. 1967

  • Spinozists; but it is not enough to move men to prayer -- and this is borne out by Mr. Picton's total silence on this {204} topic in his exposition of his Master's doctrine.

    Problems of Immanence: studies critical and constructive Joseph Warschauer

  • Spinozists have pronounced him the most illustrious disciple of their master; and still others have seen in him the apostle of artistic paganism.

    Criticisms and Interpretations. I. By Hjalmar H. Boyesen 1917

  • Averroes, hence he is an Averroistic Aristotelean; apparently he was also inclined to Pantheism, consequently he was included, later, in the Spinozists before Spinoza.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux 1840-1916 1913

  • At that point, they are left with the question: should Spinozists be put to the sword?

    Darwiniana 2008

  • Nearly all the Spinozists and Deleuzians I know would reject Whitehead's account as a misreading of Spinoza, a claim that Spinozian substance, or God (

    Warren Ellis 2010


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