Knowledge and Representation: Medieval and Early-Modern Theories of Cognition
|Wanneer:||wo 25-09-2013 13:30 - 17:00|
|Waar:||Faculty of Philosophy, Room Omega|
Workshop in connection with the public defence of Han Thomas Adriaenssen's dissertation
Recent work in the history of epistemology and cognitive theory suggests that there is much to be gained from crossing the disciplinary boundaries between Medieval studies and Early-Modern scholarship. This workshop aims at presenting Medieval and Early-Modern accounts of knowledge and cognition together. This will help to see both parallels and differences between accounts of knowledge, representation and cognition from both periods.
13:30-14:15 Henrik Lagerlund (University of Western Ontario), Intentionality and Skepticism: Two Historically Connected Notions
14:15-15:00 Paul Bakker (Radboud University Nijmegen), Can we Know Substance?
15:00-15:30 coffee break
15:30-16:15 Martin Lenz (University of Groningen), Locke's Theory of ideas and the Myth of the Given
16:15-17:00 Han Thomas Adriaenssen (University of Groningen), Anti-Scepticism in the Early Locke-Reception
You are all cordially invited to participate in the workshop. If you plan to come, please send an e-mail to Han Thomas Adriaenssen before September 20th.