Authority and Testimony in Early Modern Philosophy
- 17th/18th Century Philosophy
- Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy
- History of Western Philosophy, Miscellaneous
- Philosophy of Religion
- M&E, Miscellaneous
- European Philosophy
- Philosophical Traditions, Miscellaneous
- General Philosophy of Science
- Philosophy of Mathematics
- Philosophy of Physical Science
- Philosophy of Science, Miscellaneous
- Normative Ethics
- Social and Political Philosophy
- Value Theory, Miscellaneous
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We welcome submissions for a conference on themes of authority and testimony in early modern philosophy. Broadly construed, relevant topics may include problems that arise in the shifting emphasis from Scholastic textual authority to accounts of philosophical testimony, the transition from Scholastic to modern conceptions of authority, differences between these two conceptions, or the challenges that emerge from these developments in epistemology, philosophy of religion, natural philosophy, or political philosophy.
Submissions should be in the form of one-page abstracts prepared for blind review and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 14th.
Questions should be directed to Daniel Collette (email@example.com) or Steve Burgess (firstname.lastname@example.org).