Woodard looks at Sharp’s Spinoza and the Politics of Renaturalization

Here. He begins to mention the problem of the theological, but I’m not sure what is meant, since, while no doubt this can be brought in, it’s not like he has Deleuze’s notion of creation, which needs to be thought in all its theological valences. But in any case, I look forward to Woodard’s posts on the book, which I reviewed here.

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  1. [...] Spinoza’s purported naturalism. Petter Gratton who extensively reviewed the book here, noted confusion at this in relation to Deleuze. My issue is that while Sharp argues that the God/Nature equation in [...]

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