Spinoza: The Power of Clear Thinking

This book is a genuine effort to explore the teachings and philosophy of Baruch (Benedict) de Spinoza (1632–1677), the free-thinking 17th-century Dutch philosopher. Baruch Spinoza rejected the religious orthodoxy of his time and unashamedly argued that we should pursue our own best interest. We should strive for cheerfulness, increase our 'power to act', and work to achieve peace of mind. This will ultimately be gained by realizing God – a God he equates with Nature or existence itself. This book is intended to be the first in a series of books presenting many of the world’s greatest thinkers and philosophers, all of whom were seeking in their own way an understanding of the ultimate truth. The aim of publishing such books is to provide seekers of spirituality with a variety of ideas and approaches to the eternal quest for God. Through the perspective of Spinoza, we may obtain fresh insights into our own understanding of the mysteries of God and humanity.

Author: George ter Wal
Category: Philosophers
Format: Hardcover, 272 Pages
Edition: 1st, 2021
ISBN: 978-81-952557-8-8
RSSB: EN-284-0

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