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NEW LIGHT ON SPINOZA.
Joseph Freudenthal's Book, Published in German, Gives Facts. INDEX TO TEACHINGS Philosopher's Life History in Harmony with the Views He Uttered. UNMOVED BY CALUMNY His Early Teachers. Incurs the Anathema. Persecuted for His Book.
Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1922) - Chicago, Ill.
Date: Nov 19, 1899
Start Page: 34
Pages: 1
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IF ever the teachings of a philosopher could be understood from his life, Spinoza's is perhaps the most typical case. The deep and lasting effect of his philosophical writings is to be ascribed in a large part to the interest excited by the...

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