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I am teaching and doing research at the University of Bucharest. I have a PhD in philosophy (Radboud University Nijmegen and University of Bucharest), and my research interest is in the history of philosophy and science. I work on the various aspects of the early modern period, with a focus on the relations between philosophy, science, and religion. I am the author of a monograph on "Descartes and Early French Cartesianism: between metaphysics and physics" (Zeta Books, 2017) and co-editor of the "Cartesian Empiricisms" volume (Springer, 2013). I am book review editor at the Centaurus, An International Journal of the History of Science and its Cultural Aspects. Currently, at the Humanities Division of the ICUB, I develop a research project on "Early Modern Cosmology Between 'Mosaic Physics' and Mechanical Philosophy (1650-1713)."
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history of philosophy and science; early modern studies; religious studies; digital humanities; Cartesianism
Associate Professor
The Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures
Hungarology, Jewish Studies and Rromani

Associate Professor. M.A. program in Religious Studies

Academic Coordinator, Researcher, The Humanities Division of The Research Institute of the University of Bucharest (ICUB)

Book review editor at the the Centaurus, An International Journal of the History of Science and its Cultural Aspects

 

E-mail: mihnea.dobre [at] unibuc.ro

Postal address: University of Bucharest, SSU-ICUB; Str. Dimitrie Brandza, No. 1; 060102, Bucharest, Romania

 

 

Web pages:

Professional page (more frequently updated): https://sites.google.com/g.unibuc.ro/mihneadobre/home

Teaching: https://sites.google.com/g.unibuc.ro/mihneadobre/teaching

Academia.edu page : https://unibuc.academia.edu/MihneaDobre

ResearchGate page: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mihnea_Dobre

 

 

EDUCATION

Ph.D., Philosophy, 2010, Cotutelle between Radboud University Nijmegen (The Netherlands) and University of Bucharest (Romania). Dissertation title: Metaphysics and Physics in Cartesian Natural Philosophy: Descartes and Early French Cartesians on the Foundation of Natural Philosophy.

 

PUBLICATIONS

BOOK

Descartes and Early French Cartesianism: Between Metaphysics and Physics, Zeta Books, Foundations of Modern Thought series, 2017.

EDITED VOLUME

Cartesian Empiricisms. Co-edited volume with Tammy Nyden. Dordrecht: Springer. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 31, 2013.

DISSERTATION/ BOOK

Metaphysics and physics in Cartesian natural philosophy: Descartes and early French Cartesians on the foundation of natural philosophy, Ph.D. dissertation, Proefschrift Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, 2010.

ARTICLES

“Jacques Rohault’s Mathematical Physics”. HOPOS: The Journal of the International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science 10 (2), 2020 forthcoming.

Jacques Rohault and Cartesian Experimentalism.” IIn Nadler, Steven and Delphine Antoine-Mahut and Tad Schmaltz (eds.), Oxford Handbook to Descartes and Cartesianism, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019: 388-401. DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198796909.013.24.

Henry More and William Petty: Revisiting an Early Modern Polemic,Early Science and Medicine 23 (3), 2018: 244-264. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1163/15733823-00233P03.

“Experimental Cartesianism and the Problem of Space.” In Koen Vermeir, Koen and Jonathan Regier (eds.), Boundaries, Extents and Circulations – Space and Spatiality in Early Modern Natural Philosophy. Dordrecht: Springer, 2016: 153-178.

Descartes and the Hartlib Circle: an episode in of knowledge communication in the early modern period” [in Romanian, Descartes si cercul lui Hartlib: un episod de comunicare a cunoaşterii in perioada modernităţii timpurii] in Revista de Filosofie 63 (6) , 2016: 725-738.

“Mixing Cartesianism and Newtonianism: the Reception of Cartesian Physics in England.” In Gianna Katsiampoura (ed.), Scientific Cosmopolitanism and Local Cultures: Religions, Ideologies, Societies,Proceedings of 5th International Conference of the European Society for the History of Science. Athens: National Hellenic Research Foundation/Institute of Historical Research, 2014: 126-131.

“On Philosophy of Experiment in Early Modern Period” [in Romanian, Considerații despre filosofia experimentului în perioada modernă timpurie] in Revista de Filosofie 61 (6): 631-642, 2014.

Introduction” (co-authored with Tammy Nyden). In Dobre, Mihnea and Tammy Nyden (eds.), Cartesian Empiricisms, Springer Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 31. Dordrecht: Springer, 2013: 1-21.

Rohault’s Cartesian Physics.” In Dobre, Mihnea and Tammy Nyden (eds.), Cartesian Empiricisms, Springer Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 31. Dordrecht: Springer, 2013: 203-226.

On Glass-Drops: a Case Study of the Interplay Between Experimentation and Explanation in Seventeenth-Century Natural Philosophy”, Journal of Early Modern Studies 2, 2013: 105-124.

“Knowledge and Certainty in the Foundation of Cartesian Natural Philosophy”, Revue Roumaine de philosophie 57 (1), 2013: 95-110.

Cartesianism and Chymistry,” in Disciplines and Forms of Knowledge in Early Modern Thought (a special issue of the journal Society and Politics 5 (2/10)), 2011: 121-136.

“Rohault’s Traité de physique and its Newtonian reception,” in Roca-Rosell, A. (ed.). The Circulation of Science and Technology: Proceedings of the 4th International Conference of the ESHS, Barcelona, 18-20 November 2010. Barcelona: SCHCT-IEC, 2012: 389-394.

Early Cartesianism and the Journal des Sçavans, 1665-1671,” Studium 4 (4), 2011: 228-240.

“The Vanishing Nature of Body in Descartes’s Natural Philosophy.” In Anstey, Peter and Dana Jalobeanu (eds.). Vanishing Matter and the Laws of Nature: Descartes and Beyond. London: Routledge, 2011: 11-30.

“The Scientific Journals of the Seventeenth-Century: Cartesianism in Journal des Sçavans and Philosophical Transactions, 1665-1670.” In Alexandrescu, Vlad (ed.). Branching off: The Early Moderns in Quest of the Unity of Knowledge, Zeta Books, 2009: 333-358.

“The Foundations of Physics: Descartes’s Styles of Thinking and its Cartesian followers,” in Styles of Thinking in Science and Technology (Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference of the European Society for the History of Science, Vienna, September 10-12 2008), 2009: 941-948.

“Discourse on Descartes’ Method.” In Alexandrescu, Vlad and Dana Jalobeanu (eds.), Esprits modernes: études sur les modèles de pensée alternatifs, Bucharest: Editura Universităţii Bucureşti; Arad: „Vasile Goldiş” University Press, 2003: 117-130.

Other articles and translations in Romanian.

NOTES, REVIEWS, ETC.

“Cordemoy, Géraud de.” In Encyclopedia of Early Modern Philosophy and the Sciences, edited by Dana Jalobeanu and Charles T. Wolfe. Cham: Springer International Publishing, forthcoming.

Cartesianism and Experimental Philosophy.” In Encyclopedia of Early Modern Philosophy and the Sciences, edited by Dana Jalobeanu and Charles T. Wolfe. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-20791-9_52-1.

Book review of “Mathematical Practitioners and the Transformation of Natural Knowledge in Early Modern Europe, Edited by Lesley B. Cormack, Steven A. Walton, John A. Schuster, 2017.” Early Science and Medicine 24 (3), 2019: 292-295.

Rohault, Jacques” article published in the section on “Mechanical Philosophy” of the Springer Encyclopedia of Early Modern Philosophy and the Sciences, edited by Dana Jalobeanu and Charles Wolfe. Springer, 2019.

Encyclopaedia entry for “Jacques Rohault,” in the Cambridge Descartes Lexicon (ed. Lawrence Nolan), Cambridge University Press, 2016: 657-659.

Book review of Jacques Rohault, Traité de physique, édition par Simone Mazauric, Paris, Édition du Comité des travaux historiques et scientifiques (Collection CTHS Sciences n° 12), 2014, 830 p. In Artefact. Techniques, histoire et sciences humaines. Le XXe siècle du Technique. Formation, recherché et économie 3/ 2016: 231-235.

Book review of Lawrence Nolan (ed.), Primary and Secondary Qualities (Oxford University Press, 2011). In Journal of Early Modern Studies (JEMS) 3 (1)/ 2014: 149-153.

Book review of Manning, Gideon (ed.), Matter and Form in Early Modern Science and Philosophy (Brill, 2012). In British Journal for the History of Science 47 (2)/ June 2014: 375-376.

“Material Objects and Circulation of Knowledge in Early Modern Low Countries.” Book-review of Sven Dupré and Christoph Lüthy (eds.), Silent Messengers. The Circulation of Material Objects of Knowledge in the Early Modern Low Countries (Berlin: Lit Verlag, 2011) in Society and Politics 7, 1 (13): 117-119, 2013.

Book review of Antonia LoLordo, Pierre Gassendi and the Birth of Early Modern Philosophy. In Early Science and Medicine, 16/ 2 (2011): 168-172.

Natural Philosophy and the Birth of Modern Science” (Book review for Stephen Gaukroger, The Emergence of a Scientific Culture. Science and the Shaping of Modernity 1210-1685), in Studii de ştiinţă şi cultură<span ‘=””>, VI (2010), No. 4 (23): 182-183.

Book review of Fred Ablondi, Gerauld de Cordemoy: Atomist, Occasionalist, Cartesian (Milwaukee, 2005), in Early Science and Medicine 11 (2006): 365-367.

 

HONORS, GRANTS, AND AWARDS

2018-present: I am the Principal Investigator of the research project on Early Modern Cosmology Between “Mosaic Physics” and Mechanical Philosophy (1650-1713) (UEFISCDI, Project Code: PN-III-P1-1.1-TE-2016-0710).

Team Member (Researcher) in the Grant no. 79/2017 (The National Research Council, Romania), 2017-2018.

Team Member (Researcher) in the Grant no. 362/01/10/2015 (The National Research Council, Romania), 2015-2017.

Team Member (Researcher) in the Grant no. 294/05/10/2011 (The National Research Council, Romania), 2012-2016.

Post-Doctoral research grant, University of Bucharest (Posdru ID 62259), 2010-2013.

Team Member (Research Assistant) in the Grant no. 758/ 2009 (The National Research Council, Romania), 2008-2011.

NEC-link grant for teaching (together with Dana Jalobeanu and Ilie Parvu), New Europe College and Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest, 2008-2009.

PICNIC, Research grant for Ph.D. candidates at Radboud University Nijmegen (The Netherlands), 2008.

Young Doctoral Students Grant (TD), no. 402/ 10.2007 (The National Research Council, Romania), 2007-2008.

Huygens Fellowship, Nuffic (The Netherlands), 2005-2006.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, University of Bucharest (2013-present)

Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest (2008-2009; 2010-2014)

For more details regarding teaching, see here.

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

2016 (July), 2017 (June-July), 2019 (September-October) Max-Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, Visiting scholar.

2001- 2013 The Seminars of The Foundations of Early Modern Thought.

2009-2015 Center of Research in Logic, History and Philosophy of Science Seminars in Early Modern Philosophy, University of Bucharest.

2013 (September) Princeton University, Visiting scholar.

2013 (January) CNRS/ BNF, Paris, Visiting scholar.

2005-2006, 2008, 2009, 2012 Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands, Visiting scholar.

2004-2008 From Natural Philosophy to Science, European Science Foundation Programme (ESF), Junior Researcher in Team 1.

 

DISSERTATION

“Metaphysics and physics in Cartesian natural philosophy: Descartes and early French Cartesians on the foundation of natural philosophy,” Advisors: Christoph Lüthy and Ilie Parvu.

 

AREAS OF SPECIAL COMPETENCE

History of science and history of philosophy, especially in the early modern period.

Descartes’s philosophy, Cartesianism.

Science and religion in the early modern period.

Digital Humanities.

Research methods, Academic writing.

 

LANGUAGES

Romanian, English, French, Latin.

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

European Society of the History of Science (ESHS)

International Society for Intellectual History (ISIH)

The International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science (HOPOS)

 

SELECTED PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Coordinating research programs within the Institute for Research in the Humanities, University of Bucharest (SSU-ICUB/ ICUB-Humanities; IRH-ICUB).

Co-organizer of the Bucharest Colloquium in Early Modern Science

Co-organizer of the Bucharest-Princeton Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy

Co-organizer of the seminars on early modern philosophy in The Center for the Logic, History and Philosophy of Science (CELFIS) and the Research Center on the Foundations of Early Modern Thought (FME), University of Bucharest

 

PRESENTATIONS

19.12.2019. Paper on "Cosmological Imagination: Descartes and the early Cartesians" in the workshop on Forms of Cosmological Thinking in the Early Modern Period (ICUB-Humanities, Bucharest).

04-05.11.2019. Paper on "Religion and Philosophy: Cartesian cosmology in the late seventeenth century" in the conference on Eclecticism and Eclectic Philosophy in the 17th and 18th Centuries (ICUB-Humanities and New Europe College, Bucharest).

17.10.2019. Lecture on “Géraud de Cordemoy on the Cartesian Theory of Animal Machines and the Use of Scripture” in the series of Premodern Conversations (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin).

01.10.2019. Paper on “Early Modern Textbooks and Digital Tools: exploring the transmission of knowledge” in the seminar Brown Bag Lunch in Digital Humanities (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin).

24-28.06.2019. Reading group on “Cartesian Cosmology.” Co-organised with Dan Garber & Scott Mandelbrote in the Bucharest-Princeton Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy 2019 (Bran).

12-15.06.2019. Paper on Strategies of dissemination for Cartesian cosmology in the early modern Period, in the “Scientiae 2019” conference, Belfast.

“Between Cosmogony and Cosmology: a Cartesian View,” in the conference on Laws of nature: the emergence of a new concept in early modern Europe, IRH-ICUB, Bucharest (16.04.2019).

“Cartesian Cosmology Between ‘Mosaic Physics’ and Mechanical Philosophy.” Philosophical Cosmology in Early Modern Europe Workshop, IRH-ICUB, Bucharest (06-07.12.2018).

“The role of mathematics in Samuel Clarke’s annotations to Jacques Rohault’s Traité de physique.” ESHS 2018, London (14-17.09.2018).

“Mathematical controversies around Cartesianism: Clerselier, Fermat, Rohault.” HOPOS 2018, Groningen (09-12.07.2018).

“Cartesianism and Mathematics.” Bucharest-Princeton Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy, Bran (28.06.-04.07.2018).

“Early Modern Cosmology Between ’Mosaic Physics’ and Mechanical Philosophy.” Conference on “Reformation and Modernity,” University of Bucharest (17-18.11.2017).

Reading group on „Galileo, the Theologian” (together with Dan Garber). Masterclass on „Galileo’s Methods of Investigation and Discovery,” Bucharest, ICUB (24-28.10.2017).

“Rohault’s Cartesianism and his treatises on mechanics: what form of mechanics?” Conference on The History of Philosophy of the Scientific Revolution, Bergamo (05-06.10.2017).

“Intermediaries, Merchants, and Polemicists: on the letters exchanged by Descartes, More, Petty, and Hartlib.” ISIH, The American University in Bulgaria, Blagoevgrad (30.05.-01.06.2017).

“Ways of connecting Bacon and Descartes: Medicine and Experimentation.” Bucharest Colloquium in early Modern Science, Bucharest (24-26.10.2016).

“The power of historiographic labels and the power of national historiographies of science: the Bacon-Descartes case.” 7ESHS conference, Prague (22-24.09.2016).

Co-chairing two round-table discussions on “Trees of Knowledge (I)” (Texts: Proclus, Commentary on Euclid (fragments); John Dee, Mathematical Preface. With Dana Jalobeanu and Ovidiu Babeș) and (2) “Trees of Knowledge (II)” (Texts: Bacon, De augmentis scientiarum; Descartes, “Letter to the reader,” Principia philosophia. With Dana Jalobeanu and Doina-Cristina Rusu), Bucharest-Princeton Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy, Alba-Iulia (11-16.07.2016).

“Between medicine and natural philosophy: some French Cartesians exploring the path between principles and experimentation.” Scientiae 2016, Oxford (05-07.07.2016).

Round-table discussion on “Descartes in the Hartlib Papers.” Workshop on Early Modern Intersections: Science, Experiments, Methodologies, Vasile Goldis Western University of Arad (18.04.2016).

“Bacon, Descartes, and the ‘new science’.” Workshop on Baconian Themes in Natural and Moral Philosophy, IRH-ICUB & CELFIS, University of Bucharest (01.04.2016).

“Baconianism, Cartesianism, and Newtonianism. Jacques Rohault’s Treatise on Physics and Samuel Clarke’s Newtonian annotations.” Masterclass on Isaac Newton’s Philosophical Projects, IRH-ICUB, University of Bucharest (06-10.10.2015).

“Reading group Genesis and the new science. The case of Cartesian philosophy” (with Daniel Garber). Bucharest-Princeton Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy, Bran, Romania (12-17.07.2015).

“Manuscrisul 2001 de la Biblioteca Mazarină. Un exercițiu de istorie intelectuală în jurul scrisorilor lui Descartes despre Euharistie” [in Romanian]. A round-table discussion organized together with Vlad Alexandrescu and Grigore Vida. ICUB, Bucharest (20.11.2014).

“Filosofia experimentala a secolului al XVII-lea si experimentalismul cartezian” [in Romanian. The English title, 17th-Century Experimental Philosophy and the Case of Cartesian Experimentalism]. CELFIS Seminar, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest (08.10.2014).

“Reading group “Naturalism: Cardano, Telesio, Bacon” (with Daniel Garber and Doina-Cristina Rusu). Bucharest-Princeton Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy, Bran, Romania (08-13.07.2014).

“Experimental Cartesianism and the problem of space.” HOPOS 2014, Ghent (03-06.07.2014).

“Experience, experiment and observation in Cartesian natural philosophy: the case of organic processes of the human body.” Scientiae 2014, Vienna (23-25.04.2014).

“Cartesian Experimentalism across the Empiricist-Rationalist Divide. François Bayle and how experience and reason join together in the production of knowledge.” Conflict and Collaboration in Early Modern Europe, Radboud University Nijmegen (31.10.-01.11.2013).

Reading group “Baconianism and Cartesianism: on experiments” (with Sophie Roux) in the Bucharest-Princeton Seminar on Early Modern Philosophy, Bran, Romania (05-10.07.2013).

Reading group “Baconianism and Cartesianism: on method” (with Igor Agostini) in the Bucharest-Princeton Seminar on Early Modern Philosophy, Bran, Romania (05-10.07.2013).

“From Bacon to Baconianism: some thoughts on seventeenth-century ‘Baconianism’ and other categories in the early modern period.” Scientiae 2013, University of Warwick, UK, April 17-21, 2013.

“On Cartesian Empiricisms: historical and philosophical challenges.” The Department of Theoretical Philosophy Seminar, Faculty of Philosophy, Bucharest, January 16, 2013.

“Mixing Cartesianism and Newtonianism: the reception of Cartesian physics in England.” 5ESHS, Athens, Greece, November 1-3, 2012.

“Cunoastere si certitudine in filosofia naturala carteziana (Knowledge and Certainty in Cartesian Natural Philosophy).” The Department of Theoretical Philosophy Seminar, Faculty of Philosophy, Bucharest, May 5, 2012.

“Experimental physics in Cartesian natural philosophy.” Creative Experiments: Heuristic & Exploratory Experimentation in Early Modern Science, 3rd Bucharest Colloquium in Early Modern Science, Bucharest, Romania, March 24-25, 2012.

“Cartesian Empiricisms: an introduction.” 3rd edition of Bucharest Graduate Conference in Early Modern Philosophy, Bucharest, Romania, March 22-23, 2012.

“Vacuum Experiments in Cartesian Context.” &HPS4, Athens, Greece, March 15-18.2012.

“Theory and Experimentation in Jacques Rohault.” Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands, February 28, 2012.

“Jacques Rohault and Samuel Clarke.” Collaborative aspects of Early Modern Thought: Philosophical Correspondence and the Republic of Letters, The Bucharest-Princeton Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy, Bran, Romania, July 2-8, 2011.

“Cartesianism and Chymistry: mechanism and the rejection of chemistry as a science.” Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest, Romania, June 6, 2011.

“Moral and Absolute Certainty in the Foundation of Cartesian Natural Philosophy.” Passionate Minds: Knowledge and the Emotions in Intellectual History: 2011 Conference of the International Society for Intellectual History (ISIH), University of Bucharest, Romania, May 26-28, 2011.

“Rohault’s Traité de Physique and its Newtonian Reception.” The Circulation of Science and Technology: 4rth International Conference of the European Society of the History of Science (ESHS), Institut d’Estudis Catalans (IEC), Barcelona, Spain, November 18-20, 2010.

“Cartesianism in the Journal des Savants between 1665 and 1671.” Seminar of the Department of Theoretical Philosophy, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest, Romania, October 20, 2010.

“Sharing Knowledge. Dealing with Censorship in the ‘Republic of Letters’.” The Limits of the Knowledge Society, University of Iasi, Romania, October 6-9, 2010.

“Knowledge of the physical body. Descartes and Cartesians on the quest for certainty in natural philosophy.” Second Young Researchers Days & Workshop on the Relations between Logic, Philosophy and History of Science, Bruselles, Belgium, September 6-7, 2010.

“Cartesianism and Chemistry: some early reactions.” The Bucharest-Princeton Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy, Bran, Romania, June 30 – July 6, 2010.

“Jacques Rohault and the use of experiment in Cartesian physics.” History of the Philosophy of Science (HOPOS) Biennial Conference, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, June 24-27, 2010.

“Jacques Rohault and Cartesian Physics.” The Bucharest-Princeton Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy, Bran, Romania, July 25-31, 2009.

“Cartesian Revolution: Descartes and early Cartesians on the foundations of physics.” Beyond Kuhnian paradigms: was there a scientific revolution in 17th century, after all?. Bucharest Colloquium in Early Modern Philosophy, March 26-27, 2009.

“The Cartesian Philosophy of Géraud de Cordemoy.” The seminars of the Research Center for the Foundations of Modern Thought, New Europe College, Bucharest, December 12, 2008.

“The Foundations of Physics: Descartes’s style of thinking and its Cartesian followers.” Styles of Thinking in Science and Technology: 3rd International Conference of the European Society for the History of Science, Vienna, Austria, September 10-12, 2008.

“A Tree without Roots? Descartes’s tree of knowledge and the early Cartesianism.” The Bucharest-Princeton Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy, Malancrav, Romania, July 27 – August 3, 2008.

“Figuring the Man Mechanism: Descartes and the Early Cartesians on the Structure of the Mind-Body Union.” The Soul: from Aristotelian ‘scientia de anima’ to early modern psychology. Summer School of the European Science Foundation, Den Bosch, The Netherlands, July 13-20, 2008.

“The invisible nature of body in Descartes’s natural philosophy.” Vanishing bodies and the birth of modern physics: experimental philosophy, speculative philosophy and the missing matter theory of the seventeenth century. Bucharest colloquium in Early Modern Philosophy, June 30 – July 2, 2008.

“Early Cartesianism in the Scientific Journals of the Seventeenth Century.” Institutions and Networks. Circulating Knowledge in Early Modern Science. University of Leuven, Belgium, June 12-13, 2008.

“Shaping the Body: the Epicurean Temptation of the Early Cartesianism.” Epicurean and Anti-Epicurean themes in Early Modern Philosophy. Leiden, The Netherlands, Aprilie 11-12, 2008.

“The Quest for Certainty in Cartesian Natural Philosophy.” The Bucharest-Princeton Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy, Bran, Romania, July 29 – August 3, 2007.

“Scientific Journals of the Seventeenth Century.” The Bucharest-Princeton Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy, Bran, Romania, July 30 – August 4, 2006.

“Descartes’s Matter Theory.” Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands, February 24, 2006.

“A Critique of the Cartesian Theory of Matter: Gérauld de Cordemoy.” The Bucharest-Princeton Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy, Arad, Romania, September 6-12, 2004.

“A Soul Making Experiments: The Individualistic Approach to Experiment in Cartesian Natural Philosophy.” The Bucharest-Princeton Summer School in Early Modern Philosophy, Macea, Romania, September 2003.

“Discourse on Descartes’ Method.” The Bucharest-Princeton Summer School in Early Modern Philosophy, Macea, Romania, September 2002.

“Eternal Truths and the Problem of Possible Worlds in Descartes’ Philosophy” (together with Ciprian Tudor, Politechnical Institute, Bucharest). Summer School, Tescani, Romania, September 2001.

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În vederea oferirii serviciului de newsletter, datele dumneavoastră de identificare și contact sunt transmise către MailerLite, cu sediul în Lituania. Detalii privind măsurile de protectie a datelor adoptate de către MailerLite se găsesc la adresa https://www.mailerlite.com/terms-of-service  şi pe site-ul https://www.privacyshield.gov/welcome Site-ul nostru web utilizează Google Analytics, un serviciu pentru analiza web, precum şi Google Adwords, furnizate de Google. Google Analytics utilizează fișiere de tip cookie pentru a ajuta un anumit site web să analizeze modul în care utilizați respectivul site web. Informațiile generate de fișierele de tip cookie cu privire la utilizarea de către dumneavoastră a site-ului web vor fi transmise și stocate de Google pe servere care pot fi localizate în UE, SEE şi/sau Statele Unite. Google va utiliza aceste informații în scopul evaluării utilizării de către dumneavoastră a site-ului web, elaborând rapoarte cu privire la activitatea site-ului web și furnizând alte servicii referitoare la activitatea site-ului web și la utilizarea internetului. De asemenea, Google poate transfera aceste informații către terți în cazul în care are această obligaţie conform legii sau în cazul în care acești terți prelucrează informațiile în numele Google. Google nu va asocia adresa dumneavoastră IP cu alte date deținute de Google. Informații detaliate cu privire la Google și protecția datelor cu caracter personal (inclusiv modul în care puteți controla informațiile trimise către Google) pot fi găsite la: https://policies.google.com/privacy/partners. Din site-ul nostru web puteţi să distribuiţi un articol utilizând un buton de distribuire în reţelele de socializare (de exemplu: Facebook, Twitter, Youtube). Informații detaliate cu privire la protecția datelor cu caracter personal oferită de aceste organizatii pot fi gasite la adresele: https://www.facebook.com/policy.php https://twitter.com/en/privacy https://www.youtube.com/yt/about/policies/#community-guidelines
Accesați datele dumneavoastră personale
Aveți dreptul să cereți o copie a informațiilor deținute de noi  prin formularea unei solicitări de acces. Pentru a solicita o copie a datelor deținute despre dumneavoastră sau pentru a vă actualiza informațiile, contactați Universitatea din București la adresa de e-mail dpo@unibuc.ro. Datele de natură personală deținute de către Universitatea din București sunt supuse condițiilor din Regulamentul UE 679/2016 care oferă persoanelor vizate dreptul de acces la toate tipurile de informații înregistrate, deținute de operatorul de date, sub rezerva anumitor limitări.
Drepturile persoanei vizate
Conform Regulamentului 679/2016 - GDPR, aveţi dreptul de a solicita Universitaţii din București, în calitate de operator de date de natură personală, rectificarea, ştergerea sau restricţionarea prelucrării datelor personale referitoare la dumneavoastră. De asemenea, aveţi dreptului de a vă retrage consimţământul în orice moment, fără a afecta legalitatea prelucrării efectuate pe baza acestuia, înainte de retragere. Dacă nu mai doriți să primiți newsletter-ul, vă puteţi dezabona prin trimiterea unui e-mail la adresa contact@pr.unibuc.ro sau prin folosirea linkului de dezabonare din cadrul newsletter-ului.
Dreptul de a depune o plângere în faţa Autorităţii de supraveghere
Conform Regulamentului 679 /2016 - GDPR, aveți dreptul de a depune o plângere la Autoritatea Naţională de Supraveghere a Prelucrării Datelor cu Caracter Personal. Mai multe detalii se pot obține accesȃnd adresa http://www.dataprotection.ro/.
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