The Ethics cover

The Ethics

Benedict de Spinoza (1632-1677)

1. 1-01-Part 1, Definitions and Axioms
2. 1-02-Part 1, Propositions 1 to 5
3. 1-03-Part I, Propositions 6 to 10
4. 1-04-Part I, Propositions 11 to 15
5. 1-05-Part I, Propositions 16 to 20
6. 1-06-Part I, Propositions 21 to 25
7. 1-07-Part I, Propositions 26 to 30
8. 1-08-Part I, Propositions 31 to 36
9. 1-09-Part I, Appendix
10. 2-01-Part II, Definitions and Axioms
11. 2-02-Part II, Propositions 1 to 5
12. 2-03-Part II, Propositions 6 to 10
13. 2-04-Part II, Propositions 11 to 15
14. 2-05-Part II, Propositions 16 to 20
15. 2-06-Part II, Propositions 21 to 25
16. 2-07-Part II, Propositions 26 to 30
17. 2-08-Part II, Propositions 31 to 35
18. 2-09-Part II, Propositions 36 to 40
19. 2-10-Part II, Propositions 41 to 45
20. 2-11-Part II, Propositions 46 to 49
21. 3-01-Part III, Definitions and Postulates
22. 3-02-Part III, Propositions 1 to 5
23. 3-03-Part III, Propositions 6 to 10
24. 3-04-Part III, Propositions 11 to 15
25. 3-05-Part III, Propositions 16 to 20
26. 3-06-Part III, Propositions 21 to 25
27. 3-07-Part III, Propositions 26 to 30
28. 3-08-Part III, Propositions 31 to 35
29. 3-09-Part III, Propositions 36 to 40
30. 3-10-Part III, Propositions 41 to 45
31. 3-11-Part III, Propositions 46 to 50
32. 3-12-Part III, Propositions 51 to 55
33. 3-13-Part III, Propositions 56 to 59
34. 3-14-Part III, Definitions of the Emotions
35. 3-15-Part III, Definitions of the Emotions (continued)
36. 4-01-Part IV, Preface, Definitions and Axiom
37. 4-02-Part IV, Propositions 1 to 5
38. 4-03-Part IV, Propositions 6 to 10
39. 4-04-Part IV, Propositions 11 to 15
40. 4-05-Part IV, Propositions 16 to 20
41. 4-06-Part IV, Propositions 21 to 25
42. 4-07-Part IV, Propositions 26 to 30
43. 4-08-Part IV, Propositions 31 to 35
44. 4-09-Part IV, Propositions 36 to 40
45. 4-10-Part IV, Propositions 41 to 45
46. 4-11-Part IV, Propositions 46 to 50
47. 4-12-Part IV, Propositions 51 to 55
48. 4-13-Part IV, Propositions 56 to 60
49. 4-14-Part IV, Propositions 61 to 65
50. 4-15-Part IV, Propositions 66 to 70
51. 4-16-Part IV, Propositions 71 to 73
52. 4-17-Part IV, Appendix
53. 5-01-Part V, Preface and Axioms
54. 5-02-Part V, Propositions 1 to 5
55. 5-03-Part V, Propositions 6 to 10
56. 5-04-Part V, Propositions 11 to 15
57. 5-05-Part V, Propositions 16 to 20
58. 5-06-Part V, Propositions 21 to 25
59. 5-07-Part V, Propositions 26 to 30
60. 5-08-Part V, Propositions 31 to 35
61. 5-09-Part V, Propositions 36 to 40
62. 5-10-Part V, Propositions 41 to 42

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Summary

The Ethics is a philosophical book written by Baruch Spinoza. It was written in Latin. Although it was published posthumously in 1677, it is his most famous work, and is considered his magnum opus.In The Ethics, Spinoza attempts to demonstrate a "fully cohesive philosophical system that strives to provide a coherent picture of reality and to comprehend the meaning of an ethical life. Following a logical step-by-step format, it defines in turn the nature of God, the mind, human bondage to the emotions, and the power of understanding -- moving from a consideration of the eternal, to speculate upon humanity's place in the natural order, freedom, and the path to attainable happiness. (Wikipedia)