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Dr Alan Cardew - Cusa and Hesse on Divine Games.
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Dr Daniel Watson - The Conciliation of Natural Language and Natural Law in Early Irish Literature
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Dr. Karen Felter Vaucanson – A Complex Relation. Reading Anne Conway from a Process Theological Perspective
Book announcement | Former Scholar in Residence at the Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism Karen Felter Vaucanson has successfully defended her thesis on the Cambridge Platonist, Anne Conway, at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany.
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Dr. Stróżyński, "The One as Giver in Plotinus - Metaphysical and Spiritual Implications"
On October 19 (2020), Dr. Stróżyński held a Zoom conference for the Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism.
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Easter Term Plotinus Reading Seminar Continues via Zoom
Tuesdays from 11-12.30
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Foro Di Studi Avanzati - Renaissance, Ancient and Medieval Patterns: Baroque, Romantic and Modern Traces
Conference in Rome, 1-3 June.
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Grant Awarded - Late Antiquity After Antiquity: The Last of the Ancient Platonists in the Early Modern Period
£225,973.27 awarded to the Centre as part of Dr Corrias' Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant.
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Grant Success - The Reception of German Mysticism in Early Modern England
$177,000 (CAD) Grant awarded from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)
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In Memoriam: Jens Halfwassen
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In Memoriam: Sir Roger Scruton
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