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Collegium Spinozanum summer school III

The Groningen Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Thought <https://www.rug.nl/filosofie/organization/history/gcmemt/> is pleased to announce the third edition of the *Collegium Spinozanum*: an international summer school on Spinoza and Spinozisms...
From: Spinoza Research Network on 4 Oct 2018

Collegium Spinozanum II

An International Summer School on Spinoza and Spinozisms in Their Historical and Philosophical Context University of Groningen Full details: http://www.rug.nl/education/summer-winter-schools/summer_schools_2017/collegium-spinozanum/ Dates 4 –...
From: Spinoza Research Network on 27 Feb 2017

Weekend course on Spinoza

Oxford University’s Department for Continuing Education is offering a short course on Spinoza in May 2017. The course is open to the public. It takes place in Oxford 13-14 May 2017, and features tuition from Susan James and Beth Lord. Full programme...
From: Spinoza Research Network on 27 Jul 2016

Research School in the Historiography of Philosophy (Lyon)

THE HISTORIOGRAPHY OF PHILOSOPHY: HISTORY, METHODS, PRACTICES École Normale Supérieure de Lyon, 7-9 June 2016   Keynote speakers: Gregorio Piaia (University of Padua) Yitzhak Melamed (Johns Hopkins University) Pierre-François...
From: Spinoza Research Network on 8 Feb 2016

Summer Institute on Spinoza and German Idealism

Department of Philosophy and Centre for Jewish Studies ​University of Toronto, May 16-20, 2016 KeynotesEckart Förster (Johns Hopkins University)Yitzhak Melamed (Johns Hopkins University)OrganizersNick Stang (University of Toronto)G. Anthony...
From: Spinoza Research Network on 19 Jan 2016

CFP “Pain and Philosophy in the Early Modern Period” (Berlin, 25-28 March 2015)

A panel sponsored by Epistémè (Research Group on Early Modern England, Paris) during the RSA 2015 conference. The aim of this panel is to explore the links between physical pain and philosophical theories in the early modern period. Two main issues...
From: ESEMP's Notebook on 29 May 2014

CFP : 6e Séminaire québécois en philosophie moderne/ 6th Quebec Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy (25-27 septembre 2014, Québec)

Date limite pour l’envoi des propositions : le lundi 5 mai 2014 Organisateurs : Sébastien Charles et Syliane Malinowski-Charles, UQTR, Daniel Dumouchel, UdeM Conférencière invitée francophone: Emanuela Scribano, Università Ca’ Foscari...
From: ESEMP's Notebook on 30 Apr 2014

“Early Modern Medicine of the Mind” (London, 30-31 May 2014)

30-31 May 2014, The Warburg Institute, School of Advanced Study, University of London. Organized by Sorana Corneanu (University of Bucharest), Guido Giglioni (Warburg Institute) and Charles T. Wolfe (Ghent University). The idea of the cure and care...
From: ESEMP's Notebook on 24 Jan 2014

300 Years of Leibniz’s Monadology (Edinburgh, 12-13 May 2014)

Leibniz’s enigmatic Monadology, written in 1714, is rightfully recognised as one of the most important and interesting texts in the history of philosophy. It is Leibniz’s most succinct and systematic outline of his metaphysics of monads...
From: ESEMP's Notebook on 24 Jan 2014

CFP: Brussels Seminar in Modern Philosophy (Brussels, 7 may 2014)

The first meeting of the Brussels Seminar in Modern Philosophy will be held Wednesday 7 May 2014 at the Université libre de Bruxelles. The seminar aims at fostering interaction among junior and established scholars working in the history of modern...
From: ESEMP's Notebook on 24 Jan 2014

Workshop “The Passions in Historical Perspective” (Princeton, 14-16 February)

The Department of Philosophy at Princeton University, in cooperation with the Center for Human Values and the Council in the Humanities is sponsoring a workshop on the Passions in Historical Perspective. Discussion will center on the work of three scholars:...
From: ESEMP's Notebook on 24 Jan 2014

CFP: “Ars Effectiva et Methodus: The Body in Early Modern Science and Thought” (Germany, 30 June – 1 July 2014)

Herzog August Library, Wolfenbüttel, 30 June – 1 July 2014. Organised by Karin Friedrich (Aberdeen) with the support of the Herzog August Library, Wolfenbüttel, the Aberdeen Humanities Fund/Hunter Caldwell Awards and the Centre for Early Modern Studies,...
From: ESEMP's Notebook on 24 Jan 2014

Colloque franco-italien “Diderot et l’Italie” (Rome, 23-25 janvier 2014)

Società italiana di studi sul XVIII secolo ; Société française d’Étude du 18e siècle  Ce colloque est organisé avec la participation de Paris III-Sorbonne nouvelle (CIRCE, Centre Interdisciplinaire de Recherche sur la Culture des Echanges,...
From: ESEMP's Notebook on 10 Sep 2013

CFA: Colloque international, “Voltaire philosophe” (Paris, 21-24 mai 2014)

Université de Paris-X Nanterre et Bibliothèque du Sénat Nanterre, France Thèmes: Voltaire lecteur des philosophes, Voltaire philosophe, Voltaire et la philosophie, Voltaire lu par les philosophes Ce colloque a pour objet d’examiner à nouveaux frais...
From: ESEMP's Notebook on 10 Sep 2013

CFA: Locke Workshop (New York City, March 17-18, 2014)

Lehman College, CUNY Bronx, NY Keynote speaker: Kenneth Winkler (Yale) Send abstracts (of no more than 500 words) for papers on any topic in John Locke’s philosophy to Jessica Gordon-Roth no later than October 1. Program announcement: November 15,...
From: ESEMP's Notebook on 10 Sep 2013

NYU Conference on Issues in Modern Philosophy: “Consciousness” (New York City, November 8-9, 2013)

This conference examines the development of the problem of consciousness from early modern philosophy to the present, exploring the evolution of formulations of the problem and of approaches to resolving it. By examining the work of philosophers of...
From: ESEMP's Notebook on 10 Sep 2013

Conference: Leibniz Society of North America (Yale University, USA, October 18-20, 2013)

Yale University Faculty Lounge, Hall of Graduate Studies, Room 211 New Haven, CT Friday, October 18 2:00-3:15  Ohad Nachtomy (Bar Ilan/Fordham): “Ce qu’il vienne de dire de la double infinité n’est qu’une entrée dans mon system:...
From: ESEMP's Notebook on 10 Sep 2013

“Early Modern Philosophers and the Renaissance Legacy” (Munich, September 19-20, 2013)

Ludwig Maximilian University Center for Advanced Studies Seestrasse 13 Munich, Germany Thursday, Sept. 19 9:00-9:30  Welcome 9:30-10:00  Introduction 10:00-10:45  Stephen Clucas (London): “Italian Renaissance Love Theory Revisited in the...
From: ESEMP's Notebook on 10 Sep 2013

Séminaire québécois en philosophie moderne (Sherbrooke, Québec, 26-28 septembre 2013)

Québec Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy / Séminaire québécois en philosophie moderne Université de Sherbrooke, Bishop’s University, and North Hatley, QC (Hovey Manor) Sherbrooke and North Hatley, Québec Thursday, September 26 (U Sherbrooke,...
From: ESEMP's Notebook on 10 Sep 2013

CFA : Descartes at Pacific APA (San Diego)

The newly-formed Descartes Society invites abstracts for 20-minute talks/papers to be given at the Pacific APA in San Diego in mid-April 2014. Send your abstract to: Roger Florka at rflorka@ursinus.edu. Deadline: September 20. Decision by mid-October.
From: ESEMP's Notebook on 10 Sep 2013

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