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Brandon C. Look on Kant and Leibniz, Thursday, March 15, 6-8 PM, at Concordia University

The Montreal Interuniversity Workshop in the History of Philosophy is very pleased to welcome Brandon C. Look of the University of Kentucky this Thursday, March 15, 6-8 PM. This special session of the Workshop will take place at CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY, in Room 769 of the HALL BUILDING, located on De Maisonneuve Blvd. between Bishop and Mackay Streets.

Professor Look will be discussing his paper “Leibniz’s Principle of the Identity of Indiscernibles: Its Justification and Reach.” Please email philomtl [at] gmail [dot] com for a copy of the paper.

Look is the author of Leibniz and the Vinculum Substantiale (Steiner, 1999), and is currently editing (with Donald Rutherford) the Yale edition of the Leibniz-Des Bosses correspondence.

If you have any questions, please contact Justin Smith (justismi@alcor.concordia.ca).

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Le Séminaire Interuniversitaire de Montréal en Histoire de la Philosophie aura le grand plaisir d’accueillir le Professeur Brandon C. Look du Département de Philosophie de l’université de Kentucky, ce jeudi, le 15 mars, de 18.00 à 20.00. Cette rencontre spéciale du SIMHP aura lieu à l’université CONCORDIA, dans la salle 769 du Pavilion HALL, sur le boulevard de Maisonneuve entre Bishop et Mackay.

M. Look va discuter son travail, “Leibniz’s Principle of the Identity of Indiscernibles: Its Justification and Reach.” Veillez envoyer un courriel a philomtl [a] gmail [point] com pour avoir une copie du texte.

Brandon Look est un spécialiste renommé de la philosophie de Leibniz. Il a écrit de nombreux livres et articles sur la philosophie du 17e siècle, y compris Leibniz and the Vinculum Substantiale (Steiner, 1999). Il prépare actuellement (avec Donald Rutherford) une édition de la correspondence entre Leibniz et Des Bosses pour le série The Yale Leibniz.

Si vous avez des questions, veuillez contacter Justin Smith (justismi@alcor.concordia.ca).

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