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Dr Alicja Bielak: „Daniel Naborowski’s (1573–1640) adoxography and the discussions upon Nihil”

Dr Alicja Bielak przedstawi referat pt. „Daniel Naborowski’s (1573–1640) adoxography and the discussions upon Nihil” podczas seminarium z cyklu MEN AND IDEAS IN THE, które odbędzie się Zakładzie Historii Filozofii Nowożytnej i Współczesnej Instytutu Filozofii i Socjologi PAN w dniu 21 maja 2020 o godz. 14.00 na platformie ZOOM.

Poniżej można zapoznać się z abstraktem wystąpienia i biogramem dr Alicji Bielak (w języku angielskim):

Daniel Naborowski (1573–1640), one of the most important poets of Polish Baroque literature, a medic by education and a diplomat by profession, established many bonds of intellectual friendship during his studies and diplomatic missions. Exploration of the biographical context of his oeuvre (in terms of the migration of knowledge within the res publica litteraria network) proves that Naborowski’s adoxographical works referred to French and Italian discussions upon Nothing (Nihil) as a philosophical and theological category. Taking Naborowski as an example, the meaning of Nothing in early modern treatises will be discussed.

Alicja Bielak earned her PhD from University of Warsaw (2019) in culture and religion studies. Her scientific interests focus on intellectual history of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, with particular emphasis on: emblematics, early modern nihilism, and the life and work of Daniel Naborowski. On these topics she published several articles both in Poland and abroad. Her last book is a critical edition of Jesuit emblematic meditations by Marcin Hińcza Plęsy Aniołów. She has participated in several European research projects (i.a. ReIReS, Retopea), and currently is the PI of research project by National Science Centre entitled Polish Meditative Emblems in the 16th Through 18th Century: Sources, Realizations, and Aims. She works at the Faculty of “Artes Liberales” (University of Warsaw).

Organizatorami seminarium są prof. Danilo Facca oraz prof. Valentina Lepri. Osoby zainteresowane mogą się łączyć do seminarium przez link:


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