The Fifth Finnish-Hungarian Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy
In a joint effort by philosophers in Finland and Hungary, the Seminar was founded to promote international cooperation among scholars of seventeenth and eighteenth-century philosophy. The previous meeting was held in 2017 in Turku, Finland. This will be the fifth meeting in a continuous series of seminars. For more information, please see the website of the seminar series.
Organizing and program committee: Mike Griffin (CEU), Vili Lähteenmäki (Helsinki), Judit Szalai (ELTE), and Valtteri Viljanen (Turku).
|Monday, 28 May
Location: N15 106
Anna Ortín Nadal (Edinburgh):
|11.15||Saja Parvizian (UIC):
Descartes on the Problem of Knowledge Preservation
|14.00||Robert Matyasi (Toronto):
Spinoza on Objective Being and Modality
|15.15||Barnaby R. Hutchins (Ghent/Alpen-Adria):
Spinoza and the Attributes: The Standpoint Interpretation
|16.30||Banafsheh Beizaei (NYU):
Conception and the Role of the Insofar in Spinoza’s Ethics
|Tuesday, 29 May
Location: N11 004 Smart Room
|10.00||Thomas Feeney (University of Saint Thomas (MN)):
Leibniz’s Ideal Monism, or What It Takes to be a Substance
|11.15||Andrew Ward (York):
How Sceptical is Hume’s Theory of Personal Identity?
|14.00||Charles T. Wolfe (IAS CEU/Ghent):
Locke and Projects for Naturalizing the Mind in the 18th Century
|15.15||Umrao Sethi (Lehman College, CUNY):
Mind-Dependence in Berkeley and the Problem of Perception