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Spinoza and the Specters of Modernity

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Michael Mack's study of the reception of Spinoza's removal of man from the center of the philosophical universe is extraordinary and important. The recent renaissance of interest in Spinoza has assumed that this major thinker has had little or no impact on the world of modern thought and of culture. From Herder to Freud, from George Eliot to Franz Rosenzweig, Mack illustrates how the reading of Spinoza served as the catalyst to new means of rethinking the centrality of man in nature. In such a world the natural order (or disorder) is not dependant on man; history is shaped by the world and its forces; fiction reflects man dependence on, not dominance of, nature. Mack's book is a vital, new rethinking of Spinoza's impact on modern thought. --Sander Gilman, Distinguished Professor of the Liberal Arts and Sciences, Emory University, USA, and Professorial Fellow, Birkbeck College, UK

Spinoza and the Specters of Modernity is a work of central importance, and has the virtue of being genuinely interdisciplinary while being firmly rooted in philosophy and the history of European ideas. This is a measured and confident narrative, fully aware and apprised of contemporary critical debates and concerns about homogeneity and universalism. At the same time, it appeals to a literary tradition which includes such major figures as George Eliot in its focus on and study of Daniel Deronda. This is the work of a genuine scholar. --David Jasper, Professor in Literature and Theology, University of Glasgow, UK

In Spinoza and the Specters of Modernity Michael Mack traces the genesis of modern interpretations of culture to Spinoza's legacy and to its reception in the Enlightenment, as in the thought of Herder and Goethe, and in later periods. The insightful examination of roots of universalism provides an original reassessment of the concept of culture which will be of value to all who work in the areas of German literature, Jewish studies, theology and philosophy. I believe that Michael Mack is one of the most promising young scholars of his generation.
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