Hasana sharps spinoza and the politics of renaturalization is one the most invigorating books published in philosophy this year where deleuzian and post althusserian accounts of spinoza occasionally take all the affect out of one of the traditions most effective writers sharps book is eminently readable and clear about the stakes of rethinking spinoza after the linguistic and . Published 06 december 2012 hasana sharp spinoza and the politics of renaturalization chicago the university of chicago press 2011 pp xii 242 gbp 2138 eur 2354 isbn 978 0 226 75074 3 andre santos campos 1 the journal of value inquiry volume 46 pages 481 484 2012cite this article 151 accesses metrics details this is a preview of subscription content log in to check . Hasana sharp is the first to attempt rigorously and comprehensively to examine the theoretical and even more the political effects of what she calls spinozas project of renaturalization to speak of renaturalization of course implies that philosophy before and after spinoza sought often without any clear awareness of its activity to denaturalize thought as if this denaturalization . Sharp uses spinoza to outline a practical wisdom of renaturalization showing how ideas actions and institutions are never merely products of human intention or design but outcomes of the complex relationships among natural forces beyond our control. This book develops a politics of renaturalization from spinozas nat uralism especially its powerful redefi nition of human existence and agne yc spinozas naturalism i will argue navigates between two dan gers on one side spinoza refutes an y notion of humanity that implies su pernatural qualities as michael della rocca put it
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