Second Annual London Early Modern Philosophy Workshop, 15 Mar 2013

Wednesday 15 May 2013

The Second Annual London Early Modern Philosophy Workshop
Friday 15 March 2013
G22/26, Ground Floor, Senate House

Supported by King’s College London, Institute of Philosophy and the European Society for Early Modern Philosophy.

10.00 Registration and Coffee
10.30 Susan James (Birkbeck): Striving to Persevere in our Embodied and Social Being
11.45 Alexander Douglas (King’s College London & IP): Christoph Wittich’s Anti-Spinoza: Was Spinoza a Radical Cartesian?
1.00 Lunch (own arrangements)
2.00 Jasper Reid (King’s College London): The Common Consent Argument for the Existence of God
3.15 Sarah Patterson (Birkbeck): Descartes on Divine Veracity
4.30 Tea
4.45 John Milton (King’s College London): The Rise of Mechanism: What and Why
6.00 Close

REGISTRATION (essential)
There will be no fees but you are asked to register please by sending a message to philosophy@sas.ac.uk with “Early Modern 15 March Reg” as the subject header. In the body of the message please give your name in the format: Surname, Forename and your institutional affiliation (if any).

ENDS.