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Palgrave Macmillan (2012)
|Abstract||The book forms a balanced structure in which the three conceptual pillars of Spinoza's natural law theory (individuality, natural laws, and power) are first analyzed from the viewpoint of his ontology and then from the viewpoint of his ...|
|Keywords||PHILOSOPHY / Political|
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