This lecture will take place at 5pm on 7th May 2018 in the Runcie Room, Faculty of Divinity, Cambridge University.
All are welcome.
British Journal for the History of Philosophy 25.5 (2017): Cambridge Platonism, edited by Sarah Hutton
- Introduction: The Cambridge Platonists: Some New Studies, Sarah Hutton, 851-857; full-text available here.
- Patrides, Plotinus and the Cambridge Platonists, Stephen R. L. Clark, 858-877
- Descartes and More on the infinity of the world, Igor Agostini, 878-896
- ‘In human shape to become the very beast!’ – Henry More on animals, Cecilia Muratori, 897-915
- Henry More as reader of Marcus Aurelius, John Sellars, 916-931
- Gods and giants: Cudworth’s platonic metaphysics and his ancient theology, Douglas Hedley, 932-953
- Cudworth on superintellectual instinct as inclination to the good, David Leech, 954-970
- Pre-existence and universal salvation – the Origenian renaissance in early modern Cambridge, Christian Hengstermann, 971-989
- Time, space, and process in Anne Conway, Emily Thomas, 990-1010
- Three texts on the Kabbalah: More, Wachter, Leibniz, and the philosophy of the Hebrews, Mogens Lærke, 1011-1030
- Whichcote, Shaftesbury and Locke: Shaftesbury’s critique of Locke’s epistemology and moral philosophy, Friedrich A. Uehlein, 1031-1048