Associate Prof. Christopher Martin of Philosophy and Humanistic Studies has been selected to participate in a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute to be held at the University of Colorado in Boulder. Titled “From Medieval to Modern: Philosophy from 1300-1700,” the event will bring together 20 philosophers representing expertise in the discipline’s Medieval, Renaissance, and Early Modern eras for the purpose of exploring the underlying continuities and their pedagogical implications for the traditional curriculum in philosophy. Martin hopes the Institute will provide valuable background for a book manuscript he hopes to begin next year on the platonic influences of Baruch “Bento” Spinoza, one of Western philosophy’s most influential thinkers.
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9 Jan, 2020