COLL: Classical Philosophers in Seventeenth Century English Thought – York CREMS, 28/05/14, Univ. York

28 May 2014, Treehouse, Humanities Research Centre, University of York, 10.30-5.30
Open to all – entrance free and no registration required
Sarah Hutton (Aberystwyth), ‘Demystifying Seventeenth-century Platonism: the Cambridge Platonists revisited’.
Coffee 11.45-12.15
·       Helen Smith (York) tbc – on early modern matter theory
·       Francesco G. Sacco (Unical / Warburg), Mythology or Modern Science? Robert Hooke and ancient learning
Lunch, 1.00-2.00
·       Alissa MacMillan (Toulouse) On Curiosity and Religion: Hobbes, Calvin, and the Ancients
·       Craig Martin (Oakland), English Polemics and Aristotle’s Paganism
·       Patrick Gray (Durham), Milton, “The Passion,” and the Problem of Passibility
Coffee, 3.15-3.45
·       Elisabeth Thorsson (York), From Antiquity to Enlightenment: Locke and the Logos
·       Giuliana Di Biase (Chieti-Pescara), The influence of Cicero on Locke’s moral thought
·       Jessica Wolfe (North Carolina), ‘Men are lived over againe’: Thomas Browne and the transcorporating philosophers
Thomas Browne Seminar

Séminaire Epistémè-PEARL, lundi 5 mai, « Les sens dans la philosophie anglaise du XVIIe siècle », P. Hamou et L. Peterschmitt, 17h-19h00

Lundi 5 mai,


Institut du Monde Anglophone, salle 12

Séminaire Epistémè – PEARL, « Les sens dans la philosophie »

interventions de Philippe Hamou (Paris Ouest) sur « Le sens des sens de Bacon à Locke » et Luc Peterschmitt:  » « Sensibilité, expérience et méthode chez Bacon ».