Southwest Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy (California, 16-17 February 2013)

All talks will be held in the Collins College. For further information, including paper abstracts, please visit the Seminar web site:
http://www.unm.edu/~mdomski/swseminar13.html

** Saturday 16 February **
9-9:30am
Continental Breakfast

9:30-10:40am
“Pure Love: The Impossible Supposition?”
Thomas M. Lennon, University of Western Ontario

10:50am-12pm
“Descartes on the Moral Guidance of the Passions”
Matt Kisner, University of South Carolina

12-1:30pm
Lunch

1:30-2:40pm
“The Susceptibility of Intuitive Knowledge to Akrasia in
Spinoza’s Ethical Thought”
Sanem Soyarslan, Boston University

2:50-4pm
“The Subsuming Consciousness: A Model for Reconciling
Personal Identity in Locke and Hume”
Louis Gularte, Northern Illinois University

4-4:30pm
Coffee Break

4:30-5:40pm
“Converting Demea: Demea’s Role in Hume’s
Dialogues concerning Natural Religion”
Tim Black and Robert Gressis, Cal State – Northridge

6:30-9pm
Conference Dinner (Location TBA)

** Sunday 17 February **
9-9:30am
Continental Breakfast

9:30-10:40am
“Leibniz on Infinite Numbers, Infinite Wholes, and Corporeal Substances”
Adam Harmer, University of Toronto

10:45-11:55am
“Rationalism and the Foundational Role of Empirical Knowledge
within Wolff’s German Metaphysics”
Veronica Muriel, University of Pennsylvania



Cite this blog post
paolanicolas (2012, December 14). Southwest Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy (California, 16-17 February 2013). ESEMP’s notebooks. Retrieved April 25, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/oigm

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