CFP: Bucharest-Princeton Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy (16th edition), July 12- 16, 2016, Alba-Iulia, Romania
The Architecture of Reason: Laws, Axioms and Principles in early modern thought
Organized by the Research Center for the Foundations of Early Modern Thought (FME) and the Institute for Research in the Humanities (IRH-ICUB), University of Bucharest, in collaboration with the Department of Philosophy, Princeton University, hosted by the Catholic Institute, Alba-Iulia and The Batthyaneum Library.
Invited speakers: Peter Anstey (IRH-ICUB & University of Sydney), Catalin Avramescu (University of Bucharest), Alexander Baumgarten (UBB Cluj), Delphine Bellis (Radboud University, Nijmegen), Elodie Cassan (ENS- Lyon), Sorin Costreie (University of Bucharest), Daniel Garber (Princeton University), Philippe Hamou (Universite Paris Ouest), Niccolo Guicciardini (University of Bergamo), David Marshall Miller (Iowa State University), Richard Serjeantson (University of Cambridge), Rob Iliffe (University of Oxford).
We invite applications for contributions (from researchers) and for attendance (from students). If you want to contribute a paper, please send a CV and a one-page abstract, and if you want to attend, a CV and a letter of intent – by May 12 to email@example.com.