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According to German philosopher Karl Jaspers, when Spinoza wrote " Deus sive Natura " ( God or Nature ) Spinoza did not mean to say that God and Nature are interchangeable terms, but rather that God's transcendence was attested by his infinitely many attributes, and that two attributes known by humans, namely Thought and Extension, signified God's immanence.

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According to German philosopher Karl Jaspers, when Spinoza wrote " Deus sive Natura " ( God or Nature ) Spinoza meant God was Natura naturans not Natura naturata, and Jaspers believed that Spinoza, in his philosophical system, did not mean to say that God and Nature are interchangeable terms, but rather that God's transcendence was attested by his infinitely many attributes, and that two attributes known by humans, namely Thought and Extension, signified God's immanence.

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