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Cambridge Platonism and the Origin of the "Philosophy of Religion" Faith and Reason in the Cambridge Enlightenment

last modified May 13, 2019 06:31 PM
Workshop devoted to the Latin works of Henry More.

From the 10 to 11th of May the Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism, together with the Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum, held its third  conference on the Opera Omnia (1679) of Henry More in Bochum. The event was organised by Benedikt Goecke, Christian Hengstermann and Douglas Hedley. The conference explored the fusion of Cartesianism and Platonism in the Cambridge Platonists in the ‘millenarian’ context of 17th century Cambridge and the Anglo-Dutch-German republic of letters.

Click here for the programme. Pictures from the event below.


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