Beth Lord, Peg Rawes, and Christopher Thomas will be presenting papers at the annual joint conference of the Society for European Philosophy and the Forum for European Philosophy (SEP-FEP 2014) at the University of Utrecht, Sept. 3-5, 2014.
We are delighted to be joined by Caroline Williams on our panel, “Self-Determination in Spinoza: Interdisciplinary Approaches”, on Sept. 5.
Beth Lord – ‘Spinoza’s Ratios and Relational Autonomy’
Peg Rawes – Spinoza’s Geometric Thinking and Housing Rights’
Christopher Thomas – ‘Spinoza’s Problem of Indeterminacy and Melville’s Bartleby’
Caroline Williams – ‘Thinking Nature After Spinoza: Towards a Morphology of Subjectivity’
SEP-FEP is the largest annual conference of continental philosophy in Europe. Programme, information and registration information can be found here: http://philosophyafternature.org/