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Locke and Port-Royal, from logic to ethics

An Early Modern Philosophy Seminar
organized by Martine Pécharman (CNRS-CRAL)
and Sarah Hutton (University of Wales)

Contact: martine.pecharman@ehess.fr

Morning session

9:30 Paul Schuurman (University of Rotterdam)
The Hybrid Character of the Logic of Port Royal

10:30 Andreas Blank (Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel)
Clauberg, Arnauld, and Locke’s Critique of Maxims

11:30 Coffee

11:45 Jean-Pierre Cléro (University of Rouen)
Decision and Testimony

Afternoon session

14:00 Jean-Michel Vienne (University of Nantes)
Locke and Arnauld on the Pleasures of Sense

15:00 Luisa Simonutti (ISPF-CNR, University of Milan)
Ethics in Translation : Locke Reader of Nicole

16:00 Coffee

16:15 John Rogers (University of Keele)
How much did Locke borrow from Port Royal ?

The Seminar is organized with the generous support of the French Embassy in London.


Paul Schuurman | talks
Andreas Blank | talks
Jean-Pierre Cléro | talks
Jean-Michel Vienne | talks
Luisa Simonutti | talks
John Rogers | talks | www


Date and Time:

2 May 2008 at 9:30 am


Full Day



Maison Française d'Oxford
2-10 Norham Road
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Organised by:

CRAL (Centre de Recherches sur les Arts et le Langage)
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