Source: p 121, Philosophy: A Complete Introduction (2012) by Prof Sharon Kaye (MA PhD (Philosophy), U. Toronto)
6. For Spinoza, causal necessity is implied by which of the following?
a) God's infinity
b) God's perfection
c) Human imagination
d) The constant conjunction of events
On page 219, the answer key states that the answer is (a), but why is (b) incorrect?
Page 114 summarizes Spinoza's view that God's infinity implies that God is everything. But how can God be infinite (in his omnibenevolence, omnipotence, omniscience) if God is not perfect?