Spinoza aspired to this sort of transcendent happiness

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Does "Spinoza aspired to this sort of transcendent happiness" mean "Spinoza highly appreciated and was eager to acquire this kind of happiness enjoyed by Zedekiah"?

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During an ayahuasca trip, Shanon had a vision of the Biblical king Zedekiah. After overthrowing Zedekiah, a rival king burned his sons to death in front of him and gouged out his eyes. Zedekiah’s faith was so strong that, chained and blinded, he still sang praises to God.

Spinoza aspired to this sort of transcendent happiness.


Source: Scientific American
 
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