Spinozism

noun
Spi·no·zism | \spi-ˈnō-ˌzi-zəm \

Definition of Spinozism 

: the philosophy of Baruch Spinoza who taught that reality is one substance with an infinite number of attributes of which only thought and extension are capable of being apprehended by the human mind

Other Words from Spinozism

Spinozist \spi-ˈnō-zist \ noun
Spinozistic \ˌspi-nō-ˈzi-stik \ adjective

First Known Use of Spinozism

1728, in the meaning defined above

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