Linked bibliography for the SEP article " Spinoza's Political Philosophy" by Justin Steinberg

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Spinoza's Works

Note: All English quotations from the TTP are from the Silverthorne and Israel translation. Citations refer to the chapter, followed by page number (e.g., 20, 232 refers to chapter 20, page 232). All references to the TP are to Shirley's translation. Citations of the TP refer to the chapters/sections (e.g., 5/4 refers to chapter 5, section 4). All references to the Ethics and to the Treatise on the Emendation of the Intellect are to The Collected Works of Spinoza, vol. I. ed. and trans. E.M. Curley (1985). I adopt the following abbreviations for the Ethics: Roman numerals refer to parts; “P” denotes proposition; “C” denotes corollary; “D” denotes definition; “dem.” denotes demonstration; “S” denotes scholium (e.g., EIIIP59S refers to Ethics, part III, proposition 59, scholium). All Latin passages refer to Spinoza Opera, ed. Carl Gebhardt, 4 vols. (Heidelberg: Carl Winter, 1925).

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