Full Programme: Life and Death in Early Modern Philosophy

“Life and Death in Early Modern Philosophy” coming up in London in April. Registration is open and available at https://lifeanddeathinearlymodernphilosophy.wordpress.com/2016/02/22/registration-now-open/

Life and Death in Early Modern Philosophy

Life and Death in Early Modern Philosophy

14th – 16th April 2016

Conference of the European Society for Early Modern Philosophy and the British Society for the History of Philosophy in association with the Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities, KCL and the Wellcome Trust

 

Thursday 14th April 2016

The Great Hall, King’s College London, Strand, London WC2R 2LS

2.30-4.0: Tea and Registration in the Foyer of the Great Hall.

4.0 – 4.30: Susan James, Welcome and Introduction.

4.30- 6.0: Plenary Lecture: Michael Moriarty, The thought of death changes all our ideas and condemns our plans.

 

Friday 15th April 2016

Birkbeck College, Clore Management Centre, Torrington Square, London WC1E 7JL.

9.30am – 11am: Plenary Lecture:  Ursula Renz, Our Consciousness of Being Alive as a Source of Knowledge.

11.15am – 12.45pm:

Session 1: 

Meghan Robison, But a Movement of Limbs:  On the Movement of life…

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