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The monistic philosophy of Baruch Spinoza, in which all reality is held to consist of one substance, usually termed God or Nature, of which minds and bodies are both attributes.
[After Baruch Spinoza.]
Spi·no′zist adj. & n.
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(Philosophy) the philosophical system of Spinoza, esp the concept of God as the unique reality possessing an infinite number of attributes of which we can know at least thought and extension
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Spi•no•zism(spɪˈnoʊ zɪz əm)
the philosophical system of Spinoza, which defines God as a unique substance possessing infinite attributes of which we know only thought and extension.
Spi`no•zis′tic (ˌspɪn ə-) adj.
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the philosophy of Baruch Spinoza, who maintained that only thought and extension are capable of being apprehended by the human mind. — Spinozist, n. — Spinozistic, adj.See also: Philosophy
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