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The Charles Singleton Center for the Study of Pre-Modern Europe
The Johns Hopkins University
Gilman Hall 301
Baltimore, MD 21218

Lawrence Principe
Director

Phone (410) 516-5296
Fax (410) 516-7586

Future Events on Pre-Modern Europe at JHU


 

Hopkins-Penn-Princeton-Columbia Early Modern Philosophy Workshop
Sunday, April 27, 2014
Johns Hopkins University, Homewood Campus
Gilman Hall, Room 288
 
 
10:30   John Brandau (Johns Hopkins University): “Spinoza's Theory of Definition”
11:45   Oded Schechter (University of Chicago): “Spinoza on Existence and Temporalities: the Kinds of Cognition”
1:00     Lunch & visit to the Baltimore Museum of Art
3:00     Robert Hoffmann (University of Pennsylvania): "Kant on the Justification of Punishment"
4:15     Daniel Garber (Princeton University): “Rationalism Gone Wild: Spinoza and the  PSR”
5:30     Dinner
 
The event is free and open to the public. The event is generously supported by the Philosophy Department and the Charles Singleton Center for the study of Pre-Modern Europe.
For campus directions, see http://apply.jhu.edu/visit/homewood/directions/. For any other inquiries, please email Yitzhak Melamed (ymelame1@jhu.edu).