domingo, 8 de janeiro de 2012

Scottish Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy III



 May 9-10 2012
 University of Aberdeen, Scotland 
 
 Key Note Speakers:
 
 Prof. Stephen Gaukroger (University of Aberdeen/University of Sydney)
 Prof. Yitzhak Melamed (Johns Hopkins University)
 
 The SSEMP is a yearly event that brings together established scholars, 
 young researchers and advanced graduate students working in the field of 
 Early Modern Philosophy. We welcome abstracts on any topic in pre-Kantian 
 early modern philosophy(broadly defined, ranging from late Renaissance 
 philosophy to the Enlightenment.) Proposals that consider early modern 
 philosophy in relation to other related disciplines, such as theology, 
 intellectual history and/or the history of science, are encouraged. The 
 aim is to foster scholarly exchange among different generations of 
 academics in the UK and strengthen international collaboration. Scholars 
 abroad are strongly encouraged to submit abstracts. Presentations should 
 be in English. Final papers should be approximately 40 minutes in reading 
 length. Abstracts (200 words) should be sent to Dr. Mogens Lærke by email: 
 m.laerke@abdn.ac.uk. Graduate students should provide names and contact 
 information of two references. The submission deadline is February 1st, 
 2012.
 
 This year, the event will take place in the brand new Queen Mother Library 
 on campus. For more info on the location, see 
 http://www.abdn.ac.uk/library/about/main. Please note that the SSEMP 
 cannot provide funding for travel or accommodation. Information concerning 
 possible hotels and B&B’s close to campus will be provided once the 
 program is set. 
 
 For those who might consider staying a couple of days extra, note that the 
 British Society for the History of Philosophy Annual Conference will take 
 place immediately after, on 11-12 May, at the University of Dundee, about 
 1 1/2 hours train ride south of Aberdeen. The theme of this conference 
 is: “Spinoza, the Infinite and the Eternal.” For further information and 
 the call for papers, see: http://spinozaresearchnetwork.wordpress.com
 
 Messages to the list are archived at http://listserv.liv.ac.uk/archives/philos-l.html.
 
 Discussions should be moved to chora: enrol via
 
 Other philosophical resources on the Web can be found at http://www.liv.ac.uk/pal.

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