Spinozism definition by Webster's New World
the philosophy of Spinoza, who taught that there is but one infinite substance, God (or Nature), having infinite attributes of which only thought and extension are knowable
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- Spinozist noun
Spinozism definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A monistic approach to philosophy in which all reality is held to consist of one substance, usually termed God or Nature, of which minds and bodies are both attributes.
Origin: After Baruch Spinoza.
- Spi·noˈzist adjective & n.
- Spi·no·zisˈtic adjective