Baruch de Spinoza

The Enlightenment

De Witt’s lynching, perhaps more than any other single event, possessed Spinoza to write what are now considered some of the seminal texts in modern thought. What Spinoza could not have known, was that he - along with Hume, Kant, Leibniz, Rousseau, Voltaire, and many others - were also writing among the first chapters of The Story of Progress.
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