In this book, the author takes into consideration two crucial episodes of the history of the interpretations of Spinoza’s philosophy: its critical appropriation by an eminent exponent of British Idealism, Harold H. Joachim, and the opposite existentialistic interpretation by Karl Jaspers, who instead sets out a decidedly irrationalistic interpretation of it. Starting with an immanent critique of Jaspers’ failed Spinoza-interpretation, this book ends with the outline of a systematic critique of Existential Ontology.

Due interpreti dell'Etica di Spinoza: Harold H. Joachim e Karl Jaspers

RINALDI, GIACOMO
2017-01-01

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In this book, the author takes into consideration two crucial episodes of the history of the interpretations of Spinoza’s philosophy: its critical appropriation by an eminent exponent of British Idealism, Harold H. Joachim, and the opposite existentialistic interpretation by Karl Jaspers, who instead sets out a decidedly irrationalistic interpretation of it. Starting with an immanent critique of Jaspers’ failed Spinoza-interpretation, this book ends with the outline of a systematic critique of Existential Ontology.
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