Activities

Some past and future activities in research, teaching and outreach connected to the project:

2018
– September: organisation of the conference « Tolerance in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Scottish and English philosophy and theology » in Lausanne

– March: co-organisation with the University of Geneva, of the workshop « John Bowlin: Tolerance among the Virtues » in Geneva and Lausanne

2017

– November: co-organisation with the Universities of Berne & ZHAW, of the workshop « Interdisziplinäre Diskriminierungsforschung in der Schweiz: Wozu und wie? » in Berne

– October: co-organisation of the workshop « Studying the Enlightenment. Perspectives from Intellectual History and the History of Philosophy » in Lausanne

– September: organisation of the workshop « Tolérance, liberté de conscience et affaires du consensus: Théologie et philosophie en Suisse romande aux 17e et 18e siècles » in Lausanne. Click here for the Programme.

– June: research presentations by team members at the conference « Définir l’hétérodoxie dans le protestantisme, entre Eglises et Etats » in Lyon
– June: research presentations by team members at the symposium « History of Scottish Theology » in Edinburgh
– March: translation week on James Dundas’ manuscript « Idea philosophiæ moralis » with Prof. Alexander Broadie, Glasgow

– Spring term: seminar « Tolerance in contemporary philosophy: Recent texts »
– Spring term: several contributions by invited researchers to a lecture series on « Tolerance, Intolerance and Discrimination » in Lausanne

2016
– December: research presentation by team members at the symposium « History of Scottish Theology » in Edinburgh
– December: research presentations by team members at the conference « Conscience » in Berne
– October: translation week on James Dundas’ manuscript « Idea philosophiæ moralis » with Prof. Alexander Broadie, Glasgow
– September: organisation of the conference « Hutcheson: Philosophy and Context », Lausanne
– Autumn term: seminar « Tolerance in early modern philosophy: Spinoza, Locke and Bayle »