Linked bibliography for the SEP article " Baruch Spinoza" by Steven Nadler

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Spinoza's Works

Recommended Secondary Literature in English

Note: There is an enormous body of literature on Spinoza in many languages, especially French, Italian, Dutch and German. This is a highly selective list of books in English that are especially helpful for the study of Spinoza's philosophy in general, as well as for learning more about particular dimensions of his thought. There is also the series Studia Spinozana, each volume of which contains essays by scholars devoted to a particular theme.

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