Movimiento, espacio, extensión: Spinoza y la mecánica de los cuerpos

Universitas Philosophica 27 (54):109-119 (2010)
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The text addresses the question ¿Where do bodies moves according to Spinoza´s physical scheme, as presented in his Ethics? The question holds a strong connection to the classical questioning by Oldenberg, about the way in which sigular objects acquire their individuality and how deos nature operate as a unity, despite its complex constitution. The answer will refer not just to Spinoza´s critique to cartesian mechanics, as it is usually referred, but to Spinoza´s own interpretation of the constitution and dynamics of the physical world in order to fulfill the tasks it was designed for.

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Edgar Eslava
Universidad Santo Tomas


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