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Spinoza, Baruch - Ethics - The nature of intellect

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Baruch Spinoza - Ethics

The actual intellect, whether finite or infinite, like will, desire, love and the like must be Natura naturata – whatever follows from the necessity of God's nature or from any of God's attributes... insofar as they are considered as things which are 'in' God and can neither be nor be conceived without God.

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Spinoza, Baruch

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