ThinKnow: A Magazine of Ideas 1 (2):21-28 (2021)

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Sandra Leonie Field
Yale-NUS College
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This article offers an entry into Spinoza's political philosophy for a popular audience. In it, I lay out what is–to me–most distinctive about his political philosophy: his deep disinterest in the question of the justifiability of political resistance.
Keywords Spinoza  Hobbes  Politics  Freedom of expression  resistance
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