In the beginning of part II of his Ethics, after having introduced his account of the mind as the idea of the body, Spinoza turns to his account of sensation and imagination. This chapter provides a brief review of Spinoza’s account of the mind and its relation to body, as well as his account of sense experience and imagination. Baruch. Spinoza considers the human body, situated among other bodies in the world. First some very brief reminders about Spinoza’s metaphysics, particularly as it relates to the human mind. The human mind is the idea of the human body. Spinoza notes, the human body is an individual that is “composed of a great many individuals of different natures, each of which is highly composite.” Thomas Hobbes faced a problem that is very much like Spinoza’s Pancreas Problem.