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”
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.