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Veni-grants awarded to philosophers Han Thomas Adriaenssen and Andrea Sangiacomo

17 July 2015
Andrea Sangiacomo (with Baruch Spinoza)

We are delighted to announce that NWO has awarded a Veni grant to two of our researchers. Both of them are members of the Department of the History of Philosophy of the Faculty of Philosophy.

Occasionalism and the secularization of early modern science: Understanding the dismissal of divine action during the scientific revolution

To Andrea Sangiacomo, for his project entitled: Occasionalism and the secularization of early modern science: Understanding the dismissal of divine action during the scientific revolution.

Han Thomas Adriaenssen
Han Thomas Adriaenssen
Modernity Contested. The Aristotelian Challenge to Early-Modern Science and Philosophy

To Han Thomas Adriaenssen, for his project entitled: Modernity Contested. The Aristotelian Challenge to Early-Modern Science and Philosophy.

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Press release NWO Veni-grants July 2015


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