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From Virtue to Freedom through Emotion

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Spinoza conceived human freedom as a matter solely of rationality, but an understanding of the role emotion plays in moral virtue can lead one toward viewing emotionality as also essential to human freedom. A large part of human freedom consists in our tendency to give intrinsic importance to people or things outside ourselves and take them into our lives; this sense of importance, in rich and various ways, brings emotion into the center of our lives and our freedom as individuals.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Philosophy, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL 33124-4670, USAmslote@miami.edu

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