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Klaus Corcilius – Mechanism without Materialism, or, How the Soul Moves the Body according to Aristotle

November 22, 2008 Leave a comment Go to comments

The Montreal Interuniversity Workshop in the History of Philosophy is pleased to host the final Montreal speaking engagement of

Klaus Corcilius (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and Concordia University)
“Mechanism without Materialism, or, How the Soul Moves the Body according to Aristotle”

The meeting will take place om Tuesday, 25 November, 18:00-20:00, at the Thomson House of McGill University, 3680 McTavish Street, just north of Ave. Docteur-Penfield.

The text of the presentation will be circulated to the list on Sunday evening, 23 November.

For further information, including directions for the venue of the talk, please contact the organizers:

Daniel Dumouchel (daniel.dumouchel@umontreal.ca)
Carlos Fraenkel (carlos.fraenkel@mcgill.ca)
Sara Magrin (magrin.sara@uqam.ca)
Dario Perinetti (perinetti.dario@uqam.ca)
Justin Smith (justismi@alcor.concordia.ca)

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Le Séminaire interuniversitaire en histoire de la philosophie présente

Klaus Corcilius (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and Concordia University)
“Mechanism without Materialism, or, How the Soul Moves the Body according to Aristotle”

La séance aura lieu dans la Thomson House de l’université McGill, 3680 rue McTavish, au nord de l’avenue Docteur-Penfield.

On fera circuler le texte de sa communication dimanche soir.

Pour plus d’information, veuillez contacter les organisateurs:

Daniel Dumouchel (daniel.dumouchel@umontreal.ca)
Carlos Fraenkel (carlos.fraenkel@mcgill.ca)
Sara Magrin (magrin.sara@uqam.ca)
Dario Perinetti (perinetti.dario@uqam.ca)
Justin Smith (justismi@alcor.concordia.ca)

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