What began as presentations to the ESEMP conference in London 2016 on Life and Death in Early Modern Philosophy, has just been published as a volume of essays by OUP (2021). Thanks to all the contributors and above all to Susan James for hosting the London conference and editing this great volume.
- The volume presents new historical research exploring a range of early modern views about what it is to live and die well
- Sheds new light on the relationship between ethics and science in the early modern period
- Includes topics and debates relevant to contemporary philosophical concerns
Cite this blog post
Sabrina Ebbersmayer (2021, September 13). Life and Death in Early Modern Philosophy – just published by OUP. ESEMP’s notebooks. Retrieved February 26, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/oiia