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Sabbatai Zevi

Death of the self.

Spinoza rejected orthodox Judaism for the pursuit of esoteric kabbalistic metaphors clothed in the exoteric form of rationalism. Sabbatai Zevi (left) pursued another course, but towards the same ends in the rejection of rabbinical tradition. As such, their ‘messianic’ roles were to lead mankind into the modern world.

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What ought to be What ought to be
The Romantic Movement in turn will then be seen as an emanation of the Promethean struggle for freedom against a mind-independent reality, ‘the struggle between good and evil the essential wheel in the working of things’, first articulated by Zarathustra.
John Dunn

Quote every hour: Fichte assuredly gave the first mortal blow to Spinozism, as taught by Spinoza himself. Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Spinozism as Marxism Spinozism as Marxism
The Romantic Movement was an emanation of the Promethean struggle for freedom against a mind-independent reality, ‘the struggle between good and evil the essential wheel in the working of things’, first articulated by Zarathustra.
John Dunn

 

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