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Spinoza's contribution to German thought is to be found primarily in his Ethics, especially in Part One, "Theologico-Political Treatise," and in his Letters. Of Spinoza's philosophy, the Ethics is perhaps the most accessible, and it would be hard to overestimate its importance. Its immediate effect is to free ethics from the Platonic idealism that has often prevented it from being treated as an autonomous science. In its place Spinoza sets up a conceptual framework that is simultaneously naturalistic and anti-Cartesian. He denigrates the traditional dualism of body and soul and the distinction between nature and grace. The will and intellect, which, of course, are interrelated, are no longer regarded as the innate or mental faculties of the soul but as powers or forces present in nature.
For Spinoza, the distinction between the finite and the infinite is no longer even presupposed, or rather, it is granted only as far as it can be deduced from a given object of study. The infinite can be taken to mean only that which exists, that is, the whole. From this Spinoza derives the infinite power of God. Not only is God infinite, but also infinite power is shared among all things. It is thus a misunderstanding of God to think that God is outside of everything and knows everything; in fact, God is everywhere, which means, since everything is God, that God is everything. This means, of course, that there is nothing beyond the knowledge of God. And just as God is everything, so God’s mind, or the highest kind of power, is always the same. But because this power is shared by all things, Spinoza calls it the "finite infinite" or "universal substance." This is also the highest form of power—that of an immanent mind.Peru at the 1976 Summer Olympics
Peru competed at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 37 competitors, 34 men and 3 women, took part in 26 events in 7 sports.
Men's 400 metres
Heat — 47.81 (→ did not advance)
Men's 4 × 400 m Relay
Alejandro Suarez, Sergio Castro, Sergio Huergo and Enzo Francovich
Heat — 3:13.38 (→ did not advance)
Final — 2:30 0b46394aab