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The 2nd Edition of Bucharest Graduate Conference in Early Modern Philosophy

The Center for the Logic, History and Philosophy of Science organizes its second postgraduate conference for advanced master students and Phd-students working on history and philosophy of science. This will be held on March 7-8, 2011 at the University of Bucharest, Romania.

The invited speakers will be:

Prof. Peter Anstey (University of Otago)

Lect. Sorana Corneanu (University of Bucharest)

Alexandra Ibad- Torero (Universite de Liege)

We cordially invite graduate students to forward abstracts on any topic related to Early Modern Philosophy by February 4th, 2011. Abstracts should be no longer than 500 words prepared for blind review. Papers will have a presentation time of 30 minutes with 10 minutes for discussions. The Program Committee (Prof. Ilie Parvu, Lect. Dana Jalobeanu, Lect. Sorin Costreie) will notify authors of its decision by February 9th.

Please send abstracts by email to: Madalina Giurgea (madalinagiurgea@yahoo.com)

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The Bucharest Graduate Conference in Early Modern Philosophy

The Bucharest Graduate Conference in Early Modern Philosophy is now accepting papers for the annual meeting to be held on May 21-22, 2010 at the University of Bucharest, Romania.

We cordially invite graduate students from all departments to forward abstracts on any topic related to Early Modern Philosophy by March 15th, 2010. Abstracts should be no longer than 500 words and papers will have a reading time of 30 minutes. The Program Committee will notify authors of its decision by April 1st.

Please send abstracts by email to:
Doina-Cristina Rusu: dc.rusu@yahoo.com

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BUCHAREST-PRINCETON SEMINAR
IN EARLY MODERN PHILOSOPHY
10th Edition

Organized by the Research Centre for the Foundations of Modern Thought (FME), University of Bucharest in collaboration with the Philosophy Department at Princeton

30 June – 6 July 2010, Bran, Transylvania

We are happy to announce the 10th edition of the annual *Bucharest-Princeton Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy*. This year, the Seminar will also benefit from the support of the Nanovic Institute in European Studies, University of Notre Dame. The Seminar gathers together scholars interested in various aspects of early modern thought. Its aim is to create a stimulating environment for discussing papers and ideas. Traditionally, the seminar has two components: morning reading groups and afternoon discussions of work-in-progress. The languages of the seminar are English and French. This year, we invite contributions on the topic:

Non-Mechanical Philosophies in the Seventeenth Century

at the University of Bucharest, Romania.

Invited speakers include: Daniel Garber (Princeton), Katherine Brading (Notre Dame), Peter Anstey (Otago, New Zealand), Sam Newlands (Notre Dame), Guido Giglioni (Warburg Institute).

There will also be a number of invited students from the Bucharest and Notre Dame Universities.

The Seminar will take place in Bran, a small resort near Brasov, in Transylvania. It will be hosted in a small, friendly Bed and Breakfast (single or double rooms). The participation fee is 150 EUR for faculty and 70 EUR for students (covering accommodation with breakfast).

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 1 page abstract, and if you want to attend, a CV and a letter of intent -- by March 25 -- to Dana Jalobeanu , dana.jalobeanu@celfis.ro and Vlad Alexandrescu, valexandrescu@gmail.com.