Michael Mack

6.30-8pm |Thursday 6 March 2008
Room J116 (Cowdray House, LSE)

Michael Mack, Theology and Religious Studies Department, University of Nottingham

The second talk focuses on how the philosopher Herder creatively reconfigures Spinozist thought in his critique of goal orientated perceptions of history as well as in his various controversies with what he thought to be monolithic formations within the eighteenth century enlightenment.