It’s been quite a long time since the last update.
Following the call for papers, the Scientific Committee had to choose 10 papers among 66 inspiring proposals. Each anonymous proposal was thoroughly reviewed and a little voting system was set up among the members of the Scientific Committee. Even though the votes were tight, the following decision was finally made.
1) Domenico Collacciani, “Les traités de la lumière entre Descartes et Huygens, Vossius, de Bruyn et Petit.
2) Angela Ferraro, “Le ‘raisonneur’ et l’‘anatomiste’ : la dispute Lémery-Winslow sur la génération des monstres (1724-1743)”.
3) Benoit Gide, “Les silences polémiques de Hume et Reid concernant le sens commun et le scepticisme”.
4) Richard Glauser, “Volition and Last Judgment in Locke and van Limborch”.
5) Jake Halford, “The role of the dialogue genre in constructing controversy and conflict in the period 1640-1665″.
6) Leopold Hess, “The notion of nature in Leibniz’s polemics with his contemporaries”.
7) Johan Olsthoorn, “The Problem of Spurious Replies in Hobbes’s Exchanges with Bishop Bramhall”.
8) Marie-Frédérique Pellegrin, “La querelle des femmes est-elle une querelle ? Le rôle de la philosophie dans l’histoire du féminisme”.
9) Rudolf Schüssler, “Jesuit opinion pluralism and the controversy over probabilism”.
10) Andrea Strazzoni “A logic to end controversies: Clauberg’s logica vetus et nova as means to settle the disputes on Cartesian Philosophy”.
I would like to thank all of you who submitted a proposal for your effort and time spent. It will be a pleasure to see you at Grenoble. The final programme will be published by the beginning of July.
Sophie Roux, President of the ESEMP
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