Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Spinoza’s Psychological Theory" by Michael LeBuffe

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Primary Sources

Spinoza’s Work

Curley’s translation is used for the passages quoted here. Students of Spinoza in English should be especially attentive to the fact that different translators give widely different translations for Spinoza’s particular affects.

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Secondary Literature

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