The Third Finnish-Hungarian Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy

2–4 October 2015
Central European University (CEU) and Eötvös Loránd University
(ELTE), Budapest

Friday, 2 October

11.15 Charlie Huenemann (Utah State University):
London, 1641: or, the Philosophical Revolution That Wasn’t

12.30 Vili Lähteenmäki (Helsinki):
Conscientia and Self-Knowledge in Descartes

15.00 Hanoch Ben-Yami (CEU):
The Development of Descartes’ Idea of Structural Representation

16.15 Anna Vaughn (The University of Utah):
Making Sense of the Molyneux Problem

17.30 Shelley Weinberg (Illinois):
Locke on Moral Motivation

Saturday, 3 October

11.15 Martin Lin (Rutgers):
Spinoza and the Mark of the Mental

12.30 Ohad Nachtomy (Bar-Ilan University) and Andrea Sangiacomo (Groningen):
Spinoza’s Accounts of Immanent Causality: Passivity and Activity, the Short Treatise and the Ethics

15.00 Paul Lodge (Oxford):
Leibniz’s Esoteric Promise of Universal Salvation

16.15 John Whipple (University of Illinois, Chicago):
Leibniz on Fundamental Ontology: Conciliatory or Exoteric?

17.30 Yaron Wolf (Oxford):
Alciphron and Berkeley’s Theory of Sense Perception

Sunday, 4 October

10.00 Jennifer Wright (King’s College London):
Grotesque Blundering or Something More? Reinterpreting Hume on the Structure of Time

11.15 Anna Tomaszewska (Krakow):
Radical Enlightenment and Kant’s Complicated Relation to Spinoza

12.30 Valtteri Viljanen (Turku):
Kant on Moral Agency: The Conflict-of-Forces Conception Revisited