Michael Mack/ Susan James/ Beth Lord

6.30 – 8.00pm | Thursday 10 June 2010
Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, LSE

Speakers
Michael Mack, Reader in Medical Humanities and English Literature,
Durham University
Susan James, Professor of Philosophy, Birkbeck College, University of London
Beth Lord, Philosophy Department, University of Dundee

Spinoza’s importance today turns on the distinctive way in which he argues that the flourishing of the individual relies on the flourishing of human society as a whole. In this discussion, and marking the publication of Michael Mack’s book Spinoza and the Spectres of Modernity (Continuum, 2010), leading scholars will examine and assess the recent renaissance of interest in Spinoza.