2015 and on / Early Modern & Enlightenment HPS Seminar
In the last decades the inquiry into the relation between early modern and Enlightenment philosophy and other scientific disciplines proved particularly productive. In recent years this field of study has received particular attention in Turin through the work of students and scholars.
This seminar offers the possibility to discuss philosophical and related topics from the perspective of an interdisciplinary approach to modern and Enlightenment history.
We welcome proposals of talks from anybody who wishes to share his/her expertise and foster the discussion.
The initiative is co-organized by Charles T. Wolfe and Sebastiano Gino.
For further information, please contact us at email@example.com
The events displayed on this page relate to the academic year 2016/2017. To check the list of events we organised in previous years please scroll down the page and click on the link below the pictures.
Spinoza on Salvation, Eternity, and the State
Justin Steinberg (CUNY Brooklyn)
October 3, h 14-17, Torino, Dipartimento di Filosofia, Via Po 18, Aula Guzzo
On the Novelty of Apollo Mathematicus's Medicine
Sebastiano Gino (Università di Torino)
October 21, h 14-17, Torino, Dipartimento di Filosofia, Via Po 18, Aula Guzzo
Open discussion on the topic of medical empiricism in the seventeenth century
Papers relating to the topic will be presented and discussed
November 29, h 16-18, Torino, Palazzo Nuovo, Via Sant'Ottavio 20, II piano, Aula di Medievale