Just casual opinions about theories of Spinoza, Kant, Rousseau, Nietzsche, Schopenhauer and Hobbs. 4 pages each of them.
Please do not use any citation or references except the book called B. R. Hergenhahn & Tracy Henley, An Introduction to the History of Psychology, 2017. 7th ed. Thomson/Wadsworth, 2014. please write about them separately , also don’t have to be too formal.
Spinoza addresses two of the most serious challenges facing his thoroughgoing naturalism. First, he attempts to show that human beings follow the order of nature. Human beings, on Spinoza’s view, have causal natures similar in kind to other ordinary objects, other “finite modes” in the technical language of the Ethics, so they ought to be analyzed and understood in the same way as the rest of nature. Second, Spinoza attempts to show that moral concepts, such as the concepts of good and evil, virtue, and perfection, have a basis in human psychology. Just as human beings are no different from the rest of nature, so moral concepts are no different from other concepts.
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