The Center for the Philosophy of Nature of the University of Lodz and the Department of the History of Philosophy of the University of Lodz have the pleasure to invite you to the annual conference:


17th century philosophy, its sources and continuations in natural sciences: Astronomy – Astrology – Medicine


The subject of this edition of the annual 17 th Century Philosophy Conference are the connections of seventeenth-century philosophy with early modern science. ‘Science’ is understood in the historically relativized sense of the term, and thus not limited by the contemporary classification of scientific disciplines. The aim of the conference is to establish paradigmatic connections and show mutual inspirations or theoretical interactions between the philosophical thought of the 17th century and early modern scientific reflection, which was carried out in the fields of both mathematical and natural sciences – with an emphasis on the relationship between philosophy and astronomy, astrology and medicine.

We are very sorry to inform  that due to the epidemiological situation and the accompanying general cancellation of many meetings, events and assemblies, especially at universities, we are forced to postpone the date of our Conference to 2021.

All submitted applications and abstracts will remain valid. Thank you for your willingness and readiness to come to us. If necessary, please feel free to contact us (cent.phil.nat@uni.lodz.pl).

We wish you all the best

Yours sincerely

Conference Organizing Committee

We are very pleased to announce that a new date for our Conference has been set. It will take place from September 8-10, 2021.

All submitted applications and abstracts will remain valid. Thank you for your willingness and readiness to come to us. If necessary, please feel free to contact us (cent.phil.nat@uni.lodz.pl).

Really looking forward seeing you next year.

We wish you all the best

Yours sincerely

Conference Organizing Committee


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The conference will be held at the Institute of Philosophy of the University of Lodz.


The fee for participation in the conference is 100 Euro for participants from abroad and 350 PLN for guests from Polish institutions. The costs of travel and accommodation are covered by the participants.


Organizers:

Professor Tomasz Stegliński, PhD (chairman of the Organizing Committee)
Bartosz Żukowski, PhD (secretary of the conference)
Marcin Leszczyński, MA