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Spinoza on ethics and understanding

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Authors and Corporations: Winch, Peter (Author), Campbell, Michael (Editor), Tropper, Sarah (Editor)
Title: Spinoza on ethics and understanding/ by Peter Winch ; edited by Michael Campbell and Sarah Tropper
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Language: English
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London Anthem Press 2020
Series: Anthem studies in Wittgenstein
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contents Peter Guy Winch (1926-1997) was one of the most important philosophers of the second half of the twentieth century. He is best known for his early work on the philosophy of the social sciences, in particular his monograph <i>The Idea of a Social Science and its Relation to Philosophy</i> (1958), which generated controversy within both philosophical and social scientific circles. This volume unites Peter Winch's previously unpublished work on Baruch de Spinoza. The primary source for the text is a series of seminars on Spinoza that Winch gave, first at the University of Swansea in 1982 and then at King's College London in 1989. Audio recordings of the majority of the Swansea seminars have survived. The editors have transcribed these, edited them for coherence, style and clarity, and supplemented them with material drawn from Winch's typescripts and preparatory notebooks. What emerges is an original interpretation of Spinoza's work that demonstrates his continued relevance to contemporary issues in metaphysics, epistemology and ethics, and establishes connections to other philosophers - not only Spinoza's predecessors such as Descartes, but also to the philosophical views of Ludwig Wittgenstein and Simone Weil. There is currently a resurgence of interest in Spinoza's philosophy, and this volume will contribute to burgeoning debates within that field. Winch's account of Spinoza is uncommon insofar as it takes as central to Spinoza's project his conceptions of meaning, understanding and language, and directly connecting these to his ethical concerns. At the same time, Winch makes useful links to modern debates in ways that throw helpful light on Spinoza. As well as issues which are central to the philosophy of language, these include debates on the nature of the mind, naturalism and the place of the human being within the natural world.
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spelling Winch, Peter VerfasserIn aut, Spinoza on ethics and understanding by Peter Winch ; edited by Michael Campbell and Sarah Tropper, London Anthem Press 2020, 1 online resource (xlii, 145 pages) digital, PDF file(s)., Text txt rdacontent, Computermedien c rdamedia, Online-Ressource cr rdacarrier, Anthem studies in Wittgenstein, Title from publisher's bibliographic system (viewed on 20 Jan 2022), Peter Guy Winch (1926-1997) was one of the most important philosophers of the second half of the twentieth century. He is best known for his early work on the philosophy of the social sciences, in particular his monograph <i>The Idea of a Social Science and its Relation to Philosophy</i> (1958), which generated controversy within both philosophical and social scientific circles. This volume unites Peter Winch's previously unpublished work on Baruch de Spinoza. The primary source for the text is a series of seminars on Spinoza that Winch gave, first at the University of Swansea in 1982 and then at King's College London in 1989. Audio recordings of the majority of the Swansea seminars have survived. The editors have transcribed these, edited them for coherence, style and clarity, and supplemented them with material drawn from Winch's typescripts and preparatory notebooks. What emerges is an original interpretation of Spinoza's work that demonstrates his continued relevance to contemporary issues in metaphysics, epistemology and ethics, and establishes connections to other philosophers - not only Spinoza's predecessors such as Descartes, but also to the philosophical views of Ludwig Wittgenstein and Simone Weil. There is currently a resurgence of interest in Spinoza's philosophy, and this volume will contribute to burgeoning debates within that field. Winch's account of Spinoza is uncommon insofar as it takes as central to Spinoza's project his conceptions of meaning, understanding and language, and directly connecting these to his ethical concerns. At the same time, Winch makes useful links to modern debates in ways that throw helpful light on Spinoza. As well as issues which are central to the philosophy of language, these include debates on the nature of the mind, naturalism and the place of the human being within the natural world., Spinoza, Benedictus de 1632-1677, Spinoza, Benedictus de 1632-1677 Ethica, Metaphysics, Knowledge, Theory of, Ethics, Campbell, Michael HerausgeberIn edt, Tropper, Sarah HerausgeberIn edt, 9781785275432, Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe 9781785275432, https://www.cambridge.org/core/product/identifier/9781785275449/type/BOOK X:CUP Verlag lizenzpflichtig, https://www.cambridge.org/core/product/identifier/9781785275449/type/BOOK DE-14, DE-14 2022-02-18T13:54:55Z, https://www.cambridge.org/core/product/identifier/9781785275449/type/BOOK DE-Ch1, DE-Ch1 2022-02-18T13:54:55Z 2022-04-27
spellingShingle Winch, Peter, Spinoza on ethics and understanding, Peter Guy Winch (1926-1997) was one of the most important philosophers of the second half of the twentieth century. He is best known for his early work on the philosophy of the social sciences, in particular his monograph <i>The Idea of a Social Science and its Relation to Philosophy</i> (1958), which generated controversy within both philosophical and social scientific circles. This volume unites Peter Winch's previously unpublished work on Baruch de Spinoza. The primary source for the text is a series of seminars on Spinoza that Winch gave, first at the University of Swansea in 1982 and then at King's College London in 1989. Audio recordings of the majority of the Swansea seminars have survived. The editors have transcribed these, edited them for coherence, style and clarity, and supplemented them with material drawn from Winch's typescripts and preparatory notebooks. What emerges is an original interpretation of Spinoza's work that demonstrates his continued relevance to contemporary issues in metaphysics, epistemology and ethics, and establishes connections to other philosophers - not only Spinoza's predecessors such as Descartes, but also to the philosophical views of Ludwig Wittgenstein and Simone Weil. There is currently a resurgence of interest in Spinoza's philosophy, and this volume will contribute to burgeoning debates within that field. Winch's account of Spinoza is uncommon insofar as it takes as central to Spinoza's project his conceptions of meaning, understanding and language, and directly connecting these to his ethical concerns. At the same time, Winch makes useful links to modern debates in ways that throw helpful light on Spinoza. As well as issues which are central to the philosophy of language, these include debates on the nature of the mind, naturalism and the place of the human being within the natural world., Spinoza, Benedictus de 1632-1677, Spinoza, Benedictus de 1632-1677 Ethica, Metaphysics, Knowledge, Theory of, Ethics
title Spinoza on ethics and understanding
title_auth Spinoza on ethics and understanding
title_full Spinoza on ethics and understanding by Peter Winch ; edited by Michael Campbell and Sarah Tropper
title_fullStr Spinoza on ethics and understanding by Peter Winch ; edited by Michael Campbell and Sarah Tropper
title_full_unstemmed Spinoza on ethics and understanding by Peter Winch ; edited by Michael Campbell and Sarah Tropper
title_list_str Spinoza on ethics and understanding
title_short Spinoza on ethics and understanding
title_sort spinoza on ethics and understanding
topic Spinoza, Benedictus de 1632-1677, Spinoza, Benedictus de 1632-1677 Ethica, Metaphysics, Knowledge, Theory of, Ethics
topic_facet Spinoza, Benedictus de, Metaphysics, Knowledge, Theory of, Ethics
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