A Mini-conference on Spinoza's Psychology


APA Pacific Division Meeting, March 22-23, 2008

About the Mini-conference

The Schedule

The Papers and Comments

The Participants

About the mini-conference
On March 22nd and 23rd, a mini-conference was held in conjunction with the annual meeting of the Pacific Division of the American Philosophical Association, the topic of which was Spinoza's Psychology.  

This website will provide information about the conference.  As more of the papers and comments become available, they will be posted in the "Papers and Comments" section. 

APA Mini-conferences
The Pacific Division of the APA sponsors mini-conferences, small conferences held in conjunction with its annual meetings. These mini-conferences focus on a particular theme, allowing participants the opportunity to explore the theme at greater length than would be possible during the regular meeting schedule.

Thanks
We the participants and organizers of the mini-conference wish to thank the Pacific Division of the APA for providing a framework and venue for our mini-conference, as well as for their financial support.  We would like thank Anita Silvers in particular for her help.