CURS DE VARĂ Ştiinţă, religie şi filosofie (ediţia a II-a)

CURS DE VARĂ

Ştiinţă, religie şi filosofie (ediţia a II-a)

 

TEISM VS. ATEISM

Bucureşti

3-7 septembrie 2012

 

 

Acest curs organizat de Facultatea de Filosofie este un dialog între oameni de ştiinţă, teologi şi filosofi despre o problemă intelectuală şi de conştiinţă. Pentru oricine are un interes real de studiu interdisciplinar, cursul oferă o oportunitate unică.

 

Directorul cursului:                                      Persoană de contact:

        Marin Bălan                                                   Oana Camelia Şerban

        e-mail: blnmarin@yahoo.com                       email:serbanoanacamelia@gmail.com
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Curs optional in limba engleza: Causation in European Philosophy: The 17th and 18th Centuries

Causation in European Philosophy: The 17th and 18th Centuries

Professor: Bryan Hall, Ph.D., Fulbright Scholar from Indiana University, Southeast

Description: This seminar deals with European Philosophy in the 17th-18th centuries and focuses on the nature of causation which was of particular interest to natural philosophers (the precursors of contemporary scientists) of the period. Although causation is the central theme of the course, it is by no means the only theme. The course will touch on many other important metaphysical and epistemological issues in the Modern period, for example, whether God, the soul, or human freedom exist, what their natures might be, and how we can know these things. All of these different issues will be tied together, however, through our discussion of causation. We will cover a wide variety of interrelated though very different views on causation in the period including those of René Descartes, Nicolas Malebranche, John Locke, Gottfried Leibniz, David Hume, and finally Immanuel Kant. This course will be taught in English. Classes will be a mixture of lecture, classroom discussion, and close reading of the primary texts.

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