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A One-Day Colloquium

Saturday, 19 December 2009 Trinity College, Cambridge

PROGRAMME

10.30 Introduction followed by

Dr MICHAEL EDWARDS (Jesus College, Cambridge) Imagination and Nature in Late Scholasticism

11.30 Coffee

12.00 Prof. JOHN MILTON (King’s College, London) John Locke and the third Earl of Shaftesbury: the Disintegration of a Friendship

1.00 Lunch

2.15 Dr SACHIKO KUSUKAWA (Trinity College, Cambridge) The Royal Society Illustrations of Richard Waller

3.15 Tea

3.45 Prof. CATHERINE WILSON (University of Aberdeen) Experimental and Speculative Natural Philosophy

Prof. PETER ANSTEY (University of Otago) The Demise of Baconian Natural History

All welcome. There is no fee, but those attending are requested to register with the organiser by Friday 11 December.

To register, please contact:

Dr Richard Serjeantson Trinity College, Cambridge, CB2 1TQ rws1001@cam.ac.uk 01223 338589

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