1. Yirmiyahu Yovel & Gideon Segal (eds.) (2004). Ethica Iv : Spinoza on Reason and the "Free Man" : Papers Presented at the Fourth Jerusalem Conference. Little Room Press.
  2. Gideon Segal (2000). Beyond Subjectivity: Spinoza's Cognitivism of the Emotions. British Journal for the History of Philosophy 8 (1):1 – 19.
    In what follows I try to show that Spinoza modelled his project of rational psychology, in some of its major respects, upon Descartes's metaphysics of matter. I argue further that, like Descartes, who paid for the rationalization of the science of matter the price of having to leave out of his description non-quantifiable qualities, so Spinoza left out of his psychology the non-rationalizable aspects of emotions, i.e. whatever in them could not be subsumed under common notions. He therefore was left (...)
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  3. Yirmiyahu Yovel & Gideon Segal (eds.) (1994). Spinoza on Knowledge and the Human Mind: Papers Presented at the Second Jerusalem Conference (Ethica Ii). E.J. Brill.
    This volume revolves around Part II of Spinoza's "opus magnum, the "Ethics where he offers his theory of knowledge and the human mind.
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