Bucharest – Princeton Seminar 2010 | Participants

Participants | Programme | Reading Texts



BUCHAREST-PRINCETON SEMINAR IN EARLY MODERN PHILOSOPHY

30 June-6 July 2010


Non-Mechanical Philosophies
in the Seventeenth Century


Staff :

Nr.

Name

University

1.

Daniel Garber

Princeton

TBA

2.

Theo Verbeek

Utrecht

TBA

3.

Peter Anstey

Otago/New Zealand

The demise of Baconian natural history

4.

Martine Pécharman

CNRS, Paris

No

5.

Koen Vermeir

CNRS, Paris Are there limits to mechanism? Balthasar Bekker and Dutch Cartesianism

6.

Vlad Alexandrescu Bucharest Regius and Sorbière

7

Dana Jalobeanu

Bucharest Francis Bacon\’s natural history: a contextual reading

8.

Sorana Corneanu Bucharest No

9.

Mihnea Dobre Bucharest Cartesianism and Chemistry

10.

Sorin Costreie Bucharest No






Participants:


Nr.

Name

University

Level

Title of paper

1.

Edward Slowik

Winona State University

Professor

PhD

Locke and Berkeley’s Epistemological Rendition of Newtonian Space

2.

Alexandra Tavares Torero-Ibad

Université de Liège

Postdoctoral fellow PhD

The importance of non mechanical philosophies in Charles Sorel’s Traité des Novateurs (1655)

3.

Katherine Dunlop

Brown University

Assistant Professor, PhD

No

4.

Delphine Bellis

Utrecht University

PostDocResearcher

PhD

Vision at the Crossroads of Mechanical and Non-Mechanical Philosophy in Descartes’ Thought

5.

Lucian Petrescu

University of Bucharest

PhD Candidate

Descartes, Fromondus and Plempius. A game of chess and \”crass philosophy\”

6.

Grigore Vida

University of Bucharest

PhD Candidate

Newton on Matter Theory

7.

Raphaële Fruet

Newnham College, Cambridge

PhD Candidate

The Bible Against Aristotle: The Hermeneutical Cosmology of Pierre de La Primaudaye and its Reception in the First Half of the Seventeenth Century

8.

Madalina Giurgea

Bucharest

MA Student

Descartes and Charleton on mind body interaction

9.

Doina Rusu

Bucharest

PhD Candidate

Imagination in Bacon’s Experimental Science

10.

Monica Solomon

University of Bucharest

MA Student

No


Graduate Students:

4 graduate students from the University of Notre-Dame: Erin Islo, Kristopher Kast, Kevin Mickey, Marta Michalska

2 graduate students from the University of Bucharest: Mihai Dragos Vadana

1 graduate student from the Princeton University: Kristin Primus

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