Ursula Renz does strenuous brooding on Spinoza’s ethics in Klagenfurt and Zurich. The results of this won a major prize. But she thinks philosophy is largely its own reward and sometimes you worry that you’ll never work it out. She sees Spinoza as more radical than Descartes but breaks less. She thinks after reading Spinoza’s Ethics we will be wiser, freer and happier but she has doubts about philosophy as therapy. She is the jive sister of Spinoza studies.After Spinoza: wiser, freer, happier » 3:AM Magazine
Monday, September 17, 2012
After Spinoza: wiser, freer, happier
An interview with Ursula Renz at 3:AM Magazine.