Colloquium « Eclecticism and eclectic philosophy in the 17th and 18th century »


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Colloquium

« Eclecticism and eclectic philosophy
in the 17th and 18th centuries »

4-5 novembre 2019

2017_06_19&20_CdF

organisé par
Sophie Roux (ENS, PSL University) and Tinca Prunea-Bretonnet (University of Bucharest)

se tiendra à Bucharest
(Roumanie)

Programme

Monday, 4 November 2019

Venue: ICUB (Dimitrie Brandza str 1)

9.15-9.30 Opening

9.30-10.20 Sophie Roux (ENS Paris, PSL University), Eclecticism and scepticism in Early Modern France

10.20-11.10 Rodolfo Garau (ERC Early Modern Cosmology, Ca’ Foscari, Venice), On Gassendi’s eclecticism

11.10-11.30 Coffee

11.30-12.20 Mihnea Dobre (University of Bucharest), Religion and philosophy: Cartesian cosmology in the late seventeenth century

12.20-14.00 Lunch

14.00-14.50 Stefan Hessbrüggen-Walter (HSE University, Moscow), How to define philosophy? German answers 1650-1700

14.50-15.40 Christian Henkel (University of Groningen), The scientific method and eclecticism of Johann Christoph Sturm: An instance of Baconianism?

15.40-16.10 Coffee

16.10-17.00 Sorana Corneanu (University of Bucharest), Nicolas Poisson’s logical eclecticism

17.00-17.50 Oana Matei (University of Bucharest), Sur le progrès des sciences”: Maupertuis and Bacon on the advancement of knowledge

19.00 Conference Dinner

 

Tuesday, 5 November 2019

Venue: New Europe College (Plantelor str. 21)

10.00-10.50 Mario Longo (University of Verona), Brucker and eclecticism: genesis and destiny of a historical-philosophical category (in Italian, English text provided)

10.50-11.10 Coffee

11.10-12.00 Igor Agostini (Salento University, Lecce), La doctrine cartésienne de la substance chez Wolff

12.00-12.50 Tinca Prunea-Bretonnet (University. of Bucharest), The eclectic philosophy of the Berlin Academy: Thomasian heritage and ‘academic spirit’

12.50-14.30 Lunch

14.30-15.20 Alessandro Nannini (University of Bucharest), On the idea of ‘interesting’: Garve and aesthetic eclecticism

15.20-16.10 Manja Kisner (LMU, Munich), Kant’s account of systematicity, originality and eclecticism in his critical philosophy

16.10-16.30 Coffee

16.30-17.20 Ansgar Lyssy (LMU, Munich), Hegel on eclecticism

17.20-18.10 Marta de Mendonça (Nova University, Lisbon), Cousin et l’éclectisme de Leibniz