First session of a new seminar on the history of modern philosophy
Keywords:République des Lettres, Wolf, Heidegger, Hegel, Descartes, Kant, the crisis of philosophical education, Leibniz, consciousness, Tetens, philosophical community
Report on the first session of the seminar “Philosophia perennis” (“Evolution of the concept of consciousness in modern philosophy”), organized by the journal Sententiae in collaboration with the Union of Researchers of Modern Philosophy (Pascal Society) and the Kant Society (August 10 -12, 2021, Odesa).
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