What we do
The Groningen Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Thought aims to foster research and academic cooperation intended to investigate how medieval legacies affected the shaping of early modern thought and how modernity developed in new original ways medieval themes and problems.
The Centre promotes research able to uncover the multifaceted nature of medieval and early modern philosophical debates, their interconnections with other areas of the history of philosophy and science, and how their legacy might still affect today’s philosophical debates.
- 12-13 April 2019: Varieties of Unity in Early Modern Philosophy Conference, organized by Marleen Rozemond (University of Toronto) and Brian Embry (University of Groningen)
- 10-11 May 2019: Medicine and Philosophy: The Longue durée of the Humoral Theory (Babeṣ-Bolyai University Cluj)
- May 29-30, 2019: Dutch Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy VI @Groningen
- July 2-5, 2019: Collegium Spinozanum: An International Summer School on Spinoza and Spinozisms in their historical and philosophical contexts – Third Edition
- December 2-23: MOOC "The Scientific Revolution: Understanding the Roots of Modern Science" (3rd run)
Call for Papers
Dec. 15, 2018: Medicine and Philosophy
Jan. 10, 2019: Dutch Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy
- April 1, 2019: Collegium Spinozaum - proposals for student presentations
Tamer Nawar: "Relativism in Ancient Philosophy" (NWO – Veni scheme, 2017-2021)
Doina Cristina Rusu: "Manipulating Spiritual Matter. How Did Early Modern Science Become Experimental?" (NWO – Veni scheme, 2016-2020)
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