Beth Lord (Author of Spinozas Ethics)
Spinoza and the Radical Enlightenment
Spinoza's ethics: an Edinburgh Philosophical Guide
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Spinoza's Ethics: An Edinburgh Philosophical Guide (Edinburgh Philosophical Guides)
The Spinoza Research Network SRN contributed to public discourse through online presence, public lectures and radio interviews, with impact through increased understanding and awareness, and changes in behaviour. The project had impact on cultural life through engagement with artists and impact on their practice. In SRN gained members from over 16 countries. Membership is currently around The outputs were an interactive website, two conferences, and an edited book, public speaking, a Facebook group, a reading group, and two radio interviews. This research underpinned Lord's development, funding and organisation of the Spinoza Research Network through its arguments about Spinoza's relevance beyond philosophy, in politics, law, neuroscience, history and literature. Lord's research explained why Spinoza's philosophy should attract interest through its theory of human relationships and as a guide to "living well".
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