Vol. 10 no. 2

Identity, Reason, and Passions in Early Modern Thought
Invited editor: Anna Ortin

Anna Ortín Nadal – Hume, the Problem of Content, and the Idea of the Identical Self

Xinghua Wang – A Skeptical View on Locke’s Theory of Personal Identity

Alexandra Bacalu – From Tranquillity to Agitation: Remedies Using the Imagination and the Passions in Early Modern Thought

Francesca di Poppa – Redeeming Enthusiasm: Enthusiasm and Reason in Shaftesbury’s The Moralists

Olivér István Tóth – Inherence of False Beliefs in Spinoza’s Ethics

Sean Winkler – The Conatus of the Body in Spinoza’s Physics

Filip Buyse – Spinoza on Conatus, Inertia, and the Impossibility of Self-Destruction

Book Reviews
Laura Georgescu – Revitalizing Kuhn’s Philosophies of Science

Daniel Collette – Spinoza and Stoicism

Review of special issue

Michael Deckard – Does Sensibility Have an Historical Context?