Enlightenment and Secularism

May 20, 2016 - May 22, 2016
Institute of Philosophy, Jagiellonian University

Grodzka 52
Kraków 31-044

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  • National Science Centre of Poland


Sorin Baiasu
Keele University
Jocelyn Maclure
Laval University
Alice Pinheiro Walla
Trinity College Dublin
Graeme Smith
University of Chichester


Tomaszewska Anna
Jagiellonian University
Barnat Damian
Jagiellonian University
Hasse Hamalainen
University of Edinburgh

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In May 2016 we are organizing the first colloquium (out of two planned), Enlightenment and Secularism, related to the topics of our research project on Enlightenment, Secularism and the Freedom of Conscience. 

The colloquium aims at bringing together philosophers, historians of philosophy and postdoctoral students to discuss the ideas of and arguments for the freedom of thought and conscience formulated by the early modern and Enlightenment thinkers, the historical and philosophical background of those arguments, and their relation to current debates on secularism.

Everyone interested in participating in the colloquium without presenting is welcome to attend. Please send your expression of interest to any of the organizers by 1st April 2016.

Dr. Anna Tomaszewska, a.tomaszewska(at)iphils.uj.edu.pl

Dr. Hasse Hämäläinen, h.j.hamalainen(at)ed.ac.uk

Damian Barnat, MA, damian.barnat(at)gmail.com

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