Hutchison, Sharla, Chiara Briganti, and Robert Con Davis-Undiano. “Luce Irigaray”. The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Criticism, 2ndnd ed.
Standard Name: Spinoza, Baruch
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Much of ID 's education was self-administered. She read voraciously whether in Denmark or Africa, and was particularly well grounded in the Danish, other European, and English literature of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries: Spinoza
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|Intertextuality and Influence||Anne Conway|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Margaret Fell|
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GE , recently arrived in Berlin and now calling herself Marian Evans Lewes, began to translate Spinoza 's Ethics; she never published her version.
Hands, Timothy. A George Eliot Chronology. G. K. Hall, 1989.
Karl, Frederick R. George Eliot: Voice of a Century. W.W. Norton, 1995.
Ashton, Rosemary. George Eliot: A Life. Hamish Hamilton, 1996.
This text was highly topical. Manasseh ben Israel had arrived in England the previous October to negotiate with Cromwell over the return of the Jews to England, which had been legislated in December. MF asked...
MF set her initials to A Loving Salutation to the Seed of Abraham among the Jewes, also probably printed in 1656 as its title-page says, and re-issued by a different publisher in 1660.
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CP's discussion of Pantheism begins with Hindu and Buddhist texts (The Vedas, Brahminism, The Vedanta Philosophy, The Bhagavad Gita), then moves through several Greek schools. In the modern period she...