Workshops in June - open invitation

One June 2-4, two workshops will take place in Cambridge. The first centers on the work on Origen by Prof. Anders-Christian Jacobsen, the second on the Concepts of God and Man in Henry More’s Critique of Spinoza.

2018.04.23 | Birgitte Bøgh

Upcoming workshops 

June 2, 2018 (10:00-19:00)

Christ – The Teacher of Salvation by A.-C. Jacobsen

On the upcoming Colloquium Adamantianum II in Cambridge, the papers and discussions will revolve around the work on Origen (Christ – The Teacher of Salvation) by Prof. Anders Christian Jacobsen. Everybody is invited to attend. Since the last announcement (where you will find all the details), the program has been slightly changed. The revised version can be found in this folder.

The workshop takes place at Cambridge University, Faculty of Divinity.

June 3-4, 2018 (from 10:00)

Concepts of God and Man in Henry More’s Critique of Spinoza 

This workshop is the first in a series of interdisciplinary Workshops on the Latin Works of Henry More, organized by the Universities of Cambridge and Bochum. Henry More was by far the most prolific writer among the Cambridge Platonists. His magisterial Opera Philosophica of 1679, now being edited and translated into English on the AHRC-funded project Cambridge Platonism at the Origins of the Enlightenment, contains some of his most seminal writings, including his influential critiques of Baruch de Spinoza, Jacob Boehme and Isaac de Luria. The workshops provide first analyses of these newly-edited and newly-translated texts from a variety of historical, philosophical and theological perspectives. The first centers on the Concepts of God and Man in Henry More’s Critique of Spinoza. You can download the folder with the entire program and the contact information here.

The workshop takes place at Cambridge University, Faculty of Divinity/Clare College.

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