Please join us for this week's History of Philosophy Works-in-Progress Luncheon! This week's presenter is Dr. Dominic Dold (Feodor Lynen Research Fellow, Notre Dame & Humboldt Foundation), who will speak on "How to Define Material Things: Definitions as Epistemic Tools of Later-Medieval Natural Philosophy."
Each meeting consists of a presentation by a graduate student or faculty member on a project that they are working on in the history of philosophy, followed by a period of comments/questions from other participants. The workshop is designed to give contributors the opportunity to develop ideas and receive helpful feedback on projects/papers in a friendly and low stakes environment.
Lunch is provided for registered attendees. Sign up here!
Originally published at historyofphilosophy.nd.edu.