The false dichotomy between objective and subjective interpretations of Spinoza's theory of attributes

British Journal for the History of Philosophy 17 (3):505 – 532 (2009)
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Any serious attempt to understand Spinoza's metaphysics requires an understanding of Spinoza's theory of attributes. It might seem a simple task to understand what attributes are since Spinoza prov...

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