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Benedict Spinoza argues that substance is infinite and that God or Nature is the one substance. As a monist, Spinoza rejects ontological dualism. From this perspective, how does Spinoza understand thought and extension monistically, and what does he mean by characterizing the human mind and the human body as finite modes of attributes of substance?

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