Definition of Spinoza, Baruch de in English:

Spinoza, Baruch de

proper noun

  • (1632–77), Dutch philosopher, of Portuguese-Jewish descent; also called Benedict de Spinoza. Spinoza espoused a pantheistic system, seeing ‘God or nature’ as a single infinite substance, with mind and matter being two incommensurable ways of conceiving the one reality.

Pronunciation

Spinoza, Baruch de

/spɪˈnəʊzə/