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Programme : Letters by Early Modern Philosophers

 

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FIRST SESSION:

Macaria, Hartlib Circle, and the Continuation of the Baconian reform of knowledge.

Oana Matei ("Vasile Galdis" Western University of Arad)

Robert Boyle’s „useful" knowledge and the raise of chemistry in 17th Century.

Thomas Sukopp (University of Siegen)

Robert Boyle and Baruch Spinoza: The Correspondence which never took place.

Filip Buyse (Université Paris 1 - Panthéon / Sorbonne)

The Curious Case of the Vermiculus: Letter 32 to Oldenburg and Spinoza’s Views on Imagination.

Ilaria Gaspari (Universita di Pisa)

The problem of the attribute of Extension in Spinoza’s correspondence.

Epaminondas Vampoulis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)

John Locke’s Correspondence with Nicolas Thoynard.

Giuliana Di Biase ( University Gabriele D’Annunzio Chieti-Pescara)

SECOND SESSION:

Descartes, Mersenne, and Galileo on Physical Vacua: Thought Experiments and Rationalism.

Joseph Zepeda ( Saint Mary's College of CA )

The public Objections against the Cartesian Thesis of the Union of Soul and Body:

Descartes replies in his Private Correspondence with Elisabeth of Bohemia.

Isabelle Wienand (University of Basel/Lausanne) and Olivier Ribordy (University of Fribourg)

Descartes’ Letters on Passions (1641-1649)

Abel B. Franco (California State University, Northridge )

The Correspondence between Spinoza and Blijenbergh: an abortive Friendship.

Miriam van Reijen (Vereniging Het Spinozahuis)

«A spiritual Automaton» : Spinoza, Reason, and the Letters to Blyenburgh.

Daniel Schneider (University of Wisconsin)

Fictional Letters of Real Accusations: Anonymous Correspondence in the Bayle-Jurieu Controversy.

Anton Matytsin ( University of Pennsylvania)

 

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