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  1. Spinoza and the Possibility of Adequate Ideas.Thaddeus Robinson - 2022 - Journal of Modern Philosophy 4 (1):8.
    Adequate ideas are the fundamental element of Spinoza’s epistemological program. However, a recurrent worry among scholars is that Spinoza’s account of adequate ideas is inconsistent with any finite being ever having one. As I frame it, the problem is that for Spinoza an idea is adequate in a mind only if all its causal antecedents lie within the mind as well. However, it seems there can be no finite mind for which this is true; finite minds come to be and (...)
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