Baruch (Benedict) Spinoza is one of the most famous philosopher of the Age of Enlightenment, he is also outstanding metaphysician. Baruch became famous as a figure who studied rationalism and naturalism. His base works are ” On the Improvement of the Understanding “, “Theologico-political treatise” and “Ethics”.
Spinoza used geometrical method in his work, like Euclid, and built a number of philosophical theories, each is based on another one. Continue reading
Ya. Sobolevsky, PhD, Associate Professor Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine
Annotation. The formation and development of the basic philosophical ideas of the first colonists on the basis of historical, literary texts have been studied. The historical conditions of formation of religious movement in Christianity – Protestantism, his basic ideas that influenced the origin of Puritan’s providential motives are studied. Political, Continue reading