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I International Conference Women in Modern Philosophy – Rio de Janeiro, June 2019
The First International Conference on Women of Modern Philosophy will be held in Rio de Janeiro, 17th to 20th June 2019).
Rio de Janeiro is a national center of Early Modern Philosophy. All Brazilian researchers who confirmed participation in the meeting are heirs of that school of reading the history of philosophy with a method of conceptual analysis, with deep respect to the letter of the historical text. It will be be a joyous occasion for the beginning of an exchange and network on Early Moderh Philosophy’s research also with a regard to the possibilities of rewriting the philosophical canon.
The meeting is already on its preliminary arrangements. Works on the thoughts of Elisabeth of Bohemia, Margareth Cavendish, Catharine Trotter Cockburn, The two “Sophies”, Cristina of Sweden, Anne Conway, Émilie Du Châtelet, among other women, are expected.
Cartesian account of will
Judgment and will in Seventeenth Century
The role os letters in Early Modern Philosophy
The nature of mind
The relation between mind and body
Questions on infinite and finite
Education, fixation and rewriting the canon in the history of Early Modern Philosophy
Ruth Hagengruber – Paderborn University
Marilena Chauí – Universiy of São Paulo
Lisa Shapiro – Simon Fraser University
Ulysses Pinheiro – Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Sabbrina Ebbersmeyer – University of Copenhagen
Lia Levy – Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
Sarah Hutton – York University
Katarina Ribeiro Peixoto (UERJ/CNPq)
Pedro Pricladnitzky (UEM)
Dr. Edgar Marques – UERJ
Dr. Lia Levy – UFRGS
Dr. Nastassja Pugliese – UFRJ
Dr. Tessa Moura Lacerda – USP
Dr. Ulysses Pinheiro – UFRJ
Dr. Maria Isabel Limongi – UFPR
We invite whoever is interested in taking part of it to submit a lecture proposal (related to the topic of the conference) including a title, an abstract (minimum 300 words, maximum 500 words), 5 keywords summarizing it, and a resume to: email@example.com. The deadline for submissions is the 10th February 2019. Lectures will be each 30 minutes long and will be followed by an 10 minutes talk. Lectures can be given either in english, french, spanish or portuguese.
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