New Research on Nicholas of Cusa and the Cambridge Platonists

Two Sessions on Nicholas of Cusa and Protestant Thought at the Sixteenth Century Society Conference in New Orleans 16-19, 2014

Nicholas of Cusa and Protestant Thought (I)

Friday 8:30-10:00, Studio 6

Sponsor: Centre for Research on Religion (CREOR), McGill University
Organizer: Eric M. Parker, McGill University & Joshua Hollmann, Concordia College Chair: Torrance Kirby, McGill University

Nicholas of Cusa and Martin Luther on Christ and the Coincidence of Opposites Joshua Hollmann (Concordia College)

Lineages of Papal Reform: Nicholas of Cusa’s Reformatio generalis (1459) and Luther’s View of the Papacy during the Early Indulgence Controversy (1517-19)
Richard Serina (Concordia Seminary)

As the Blind Discern Color: Nicholas of Cusa and John Calvin on the Hiddenness of God
Kirk Essary (Florida State University)

Nicholas of Cusa in Protestant Thought (II)

Friday 10:30-12:00, Studio 6

Sponsor: Centre for Research on Religion (CREOR), McGill University
Organizer: Eric M. Parker, McGill University & Joshua Hollmann, Concordia College Chair: Torrance Kirby, McGill University

The Influence of Nicholas of Cusa in the Philosophical Theology of Thomas Jackson (1579-1640)
Peter James Bryson (McGill University)

‘Squaring the Circle’: Cusan Metaphysics and the Pansophic Vision of Jan Amos Comenius (1592-1670)
Simon Burton (University of Warsaw)

‘Reason re-enthroned in her Majestick Seat’: Religion and Reason in Nicholas of Cusa and the Cambridge Platonists (ca. 1644-1688)
Eric Parker (McGill University)

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