Treated TheologicalPolitician

Espinosa initiates its text of Chapter XX of its Treated one, showing that &#039 is not so easy; ' mandar' ' in the spirits as he is ' ' mandar' ' in the languages. Still in the first paragraph, Espinosa shows, that no matter how hard if wants, nor a man can subject completely to the power of outrem; no matter how hard he is subject to outrem, this will not go to hinder of that ' tal' man does not reason in the way that to want, and on what wanting. E, that no matter how hard some ' ' soberano' ' it obtains to overwhelm its subjects, the point of wanting to make with that the subjects according to admit to want of the sovereign what is correct and what is missed, will not go to freely obtain, to take off the freedom of the subjects to think freely and to give value judgment on what to want and when to want. Espinosa uses as Moiss example, that all opinion of the people conquered, but ' ' not by means of astcias but for divine virtude' ' – also it was surrounded by problems as – ' ' rumors and accidents interpretaes' '. However if Moiss did not obtain to escape of such problems ' ' with the aid of the virtue divina' ' , as other sovereigns could escape? Espinosa shows, that for greater that is the power of that interpreters of &#039 are considered; ' right and of piedade' ' , these cannot take off, and nor to prevent that the men judge the things according to its ' ' way of ser' ' to see the things. For Espinosa, nor a man can renounce its freedom to think on what wanting, therefore this freedom is one ' ' direito' ' nature superior; it does not have as the man to resign to this freedom – freedom is that it makes the man to think and to judge as to want.

| July 29th, 2012 | Posted in General |

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