5th North Sea Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy

Hosted by the Institute of Intellectual History, University of St Andrews

10-11 October, 2014

THEMES FROM THE POLITICAL THOUGHT OF THE EARLY MODERN PERIOD

Hannah Dawson (New College of the Humanities): ‘Locke on Natural Law’

Lena Halldenius (Lund): ‘Wollstonecraft and Republicanism’

Adamas Fiucci (Chieti): ‘Natural Law in Montaigne’s Political Thought’

Johan Olsthoorn (LSE): ‘Rights, Justice and Injury in Grotius and Hobbes’

Veronika Szanto (Eotvos Lorand University): ‘Vitalism and Political Radicalism in C17th England’

Steph Marston (Birkbeck): ‘Spinoza as Debunker of Natural Rights Theories’

Alfonso Vergaray (California University of Pennsylvania): ‘Normative Uncertainty in Spinoza’s Tractatus’

Martin Otero-Knott (Cambridge): ‘Cocceji and the Critique of Sociality’

Annelien De Dijn (Amsterdam): ‘Rousseau and Republicanism’

Jan Kvetina (Charles University): ‘Rousseau and Poland’

For the full programme, see:

http://www.intellectualhistory.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/North-Sea-programme.pdf

For further information, and to register, contact James Harris at jah15@st-and.ac.uk

This event is supported by the Scots Philosophical Association.

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