||Roughly speaking, research on Spinoza's philosophy of mind concerns the nature of the mind, its elements, and its mechanisms -- i.e., what it is, what its parts are, and how it works. The papers under the first category -- the nature of the mind -- therefore concern the mind-body problem, broadly construed, which relates in Spinoza to mind-body parallelism and panpsychism, as well as the issue of consciousness. Topics of personal identity and the mind's eternity are also discussed. The second category concerns particular elements of Spinoza's psychological theory, including ideas, imagination, reason and intuition. The third category herein explores how the mind works; such papers therefore explore the conatus, or essential striving, of the mind, as well as the dynamics of the affects.