- Title Pages
- First Part
- Chapter 1 Adequate Ideas Are Infinite Modes
- Chapter 2 Our Knowledge of God and Its Place in Ethics
- Chapter 3 Spinoza’s Will to Power: How Does the Conatus Become a Desire to Increase Power?
- Chapter 4 False Pleasures and Romantic Love
- Second Part
- Chapter 5 Conflicts among Emotions, among Ideas, and among People
- Chapter 6 Hilarity and the Goods of Mind and Body
- Chapter 7 The Strength of the Emotions and the Power of the Intellect
- Chapter 8 Ethics and the Ethics: How Does Reason Become Practical?
- Index of Names
- Index of Passages in Spinoza’s Works
- Spinoza and the Cunning of Imagination
- University of Chicago Press
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