The 2020 John Locke Conference Naples, Italy June 10-12, 2020 

Please note that this conference has been postpone to 2021

The John Locke Society (JLS) grew organically out of a series of Locke Workshops, with the first being hosted by Ruth Boeker (University College Dublin) at St. Andrews in 2012. Below you will find information about upcoming and past Locke Workshops. Regular workshops on different aspects of Locke’s thought have been important to the Society since its founding.

Keynote Speakers

Mark Goldie (Cambridge)

Paschalis M. Kitromilides (Athens)

Maria Montserrat Herrero Lopez (Navarra)

Call for Papers

The aim of the third official International Conference of the John Locke Society is to encourage studies and researches on any topic of John Locke’s philosophy, fostering interaction among scholars from different disciplines. Papers concerning any aspect pertaining to Locke’s thought are welcomed. A section of the JLC will be devoted to Locke in the Mediterranean area between the XVIII and XIX Century.
The International Conference of the John Locke Society will be held in Naples from 10 to 12 June 2020. Abstracts (maximum 750 words) should be sent no later than 31 December 2019 to johnlockeconference2020@gmail.com. Final papers should be no longer than 5000 words. The final programme will be published by March 2020. Further information regarding the conference, accommodation options and other practical matters will be available at that time.

Inquiries

johnlockeconference2020@gmail.com

Conveners

Roberto Evangelista – ISPF, CNR

Luisa Simonutti – ISPF, CNR

http://www.ispf.cnr.it


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