The Selected Works of Baruch de Spinoza

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CHAPTER IX THE NATURE AND ORIGIN OF THE HUMAN MIND 
The Mind of God 
The Order and Dependence of Ideas in God 
The Origin of the Human Mind 
The Nature of the Human Mind 
The Complexity of the Human Mind 
Imagination 
Association of Ideas and Memory 
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XI 
XIV 
XVI 
XVIII 
XXI 
XXV 
XXVI 

CHAPTER X THE NATURE AND EXTENT OF HUMAN KNOWLEDGE
Of Falsity 
The Origin and Nature of Confused Ideas 
The Origin and Nature of Adequate Ideas 
The Three Kinds of Knowledge 
Reason and Imagination 
Sub Specie Æternitatis 
The Limits of Human Knowledge 
II 
III 
The Minds Knowledge of God 
CHAPTER XI DETERMINISM AND MORALS 
Faculty Psychology Fallacious 
False Doctrines about Error Exposed 
Freedom of the Will 
The Independence of Mind and Body 
The Moral Values of Determinism 
II 
CHAPTER XII THE ORIGIN AND NATURE OF THE EMOTIONS 
Postulates 
Active and Passive 
The Basic Endeavor of All Things 
The Three Primary Emotions 
II Joy and Sorrow 
Definitions of the Principal Emotions 
CHAPTER XIII THE PSYCHOLOGY OF THE EMOTIONS
The Imitation and Reciprocation of the Emotions 
II 
The Herd Instinct 
The Varieties of Emotion 
The Inconstancy of the Emotions 
The Power of Love Over Hate 
THIRD PART ON MANS WELLBEING 
CHAPTER XIV OF HUMAN BONDAGE 
Mans Place in Nature 
The Nature of Good and Evil 
How the Strength of the Emotions Varies
II 
CHAPTER XV THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE MORAL LIFE 
The Essence of Virtue 
II 
The Highest Virtue of Reason 
I General Principles 
II Value of Joy and Sorrow 
IV The Evil Emotions
V Necessary Evils 
VI Diseased Emotions 
VII Reasonable Emotions 
The Life of Virtue 
III 
VII 
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XXX 
XXXI 
CHAPTER XVI OF THE FOUNDATIONS OF A STATE 
CHAPTER XVII OF SUPREME AUTHORITIES
II Of the Functions of Supreme ities 
III Of the Best State of a Dominion 
CHAPTER XVIII FREEDOM OF THOUGHT AND SPEECH 
CHAPTER XIX OF HUMAN FREEDOM 
The Strength of the Emotions 
The Power of the Intellect Over the Emotions 
II The Natural Basis of Rational Control 
III The Function of the Intellectual Order 
IV Summary 
CHAPTER XX OF HUMAN BLESSEDNESS AND THE ETERNITY OF THE MIND 
II 
III 
IV 
The Eternity of the Mind
II 
III 
Conclusion 
APPENDIX 
The Ethics Complete Ethica Ordine Geometrico Demonstrata
DEFINITIONS 
POSTULATES 
DEFINITIONS OF THE EMOTIONS 
GENERAL DEFINITION OF THE EMOTIONS 
Of Human Bondage or the Strength of the Emotions 
Of the Power of the Understanding or of Human Freedom 
PROPOSITIONS 
On the Improvement of the Understanding Treatise on the Emendation of the Intellect 
A TheologicoPolitical Treatise Complete
AUTHORS ENDNOTES TO THE THEOLOGICOPOLITICAL TREATISE CHAPTERS I to V
Part 2 Chapters VI to X CHAPTER VI OF MIRACLES
CHAPTER VII OF THE INTERPRETATION OF SCRIPTURE 
CHAPTER VIII OF THE AUTHORSHIP OF THE PENTATEUCH AND THE OTHER HISTORICAL BOOKS OF THE OLD TESTAMENT 
NAMELY WHETHER THEY WERE COMPLETELY FINISHED BY EZRA AND FURTHER WHETHER THE MARGINAL NOTES WHICH ARE ...
CHAPTER X AN EXAMINATION OF THE REMAINING BOOKS OF THE OLD TESTAMENT ACCORDING TO THE PRECEDING METHOD 
AUTHORS ENDNOTES TO THE THEOLOGICOPOLITICAL TREATISE Part 2 Chapters VI to X 
Part III Chapters XI to XV 
CHAPTER XII OF THE TRUE ORIGINAL OF THE DIVINE LAW AND WHEREFORE SCRIPTURE IS CALLED SACRED AND THE WORD OF ...
CHAPTER XIII IT IS SHOWN THAT SCRIPTURE TEACHES ONLY VERY SIMPLE DOCTRINES SUCH AS SUFFICE FOR RIGHT CONDUCT 
CHAPTER XIV DEFINITIONS OF FAITH THE FAITH AND THE FOUNDATIONS OF FAITH WHICH IS ONCE FOR ALL SEPARATED FROM ...
A DEFINITION OF THE REASON WHICH ENABLES US TO ACCEPT THE AUTHORITY OF THE BIBLE 
AUTHORS ENDNOTES TO THE THEOLOGICOPOLITICAL TREATISE 
Part IV of IV Chapters XVI to XX 
CHAPTER XVII IT IS SHOWN THAT NO ONE CAN OR NEED TRANSFER ALL HIS RIGHTS TO THE SOVEREIGN POWER OF THE HEBRE...
CHAPTER XVIII FROM THE COMMONWEALTH OF THE HEBREWS AND THEIR HISTORY CERTAIN POLITICAL DOCTRINES ARE DED...
CHAPTER XIX IT IS SHOWN THAT THE RIGHT OVER MATTERS SPIRITUAL LIES WHOLLY WITH THE SOVEREIGN AND THAT THE O...
CHAPTER XX THAT IN A FREE STATE EVERY MAN MAY THINK WHAT HE LIKES AND SAY WHAT HE THINKS 
AUTHORS ENDNOTES TO THE THEOLOGICOPOLITICAL TREATISE 

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