The Helsinki Centre for Intellectual History promotes the Research of Ideas across Disciplines, in- and outside Finland. It aims to bring together researchers in events related to various projects in the field of intellectual history, and help them reach international audiences. The Helsinki Centre for Intellectual History offers a communication platform for researchers from a wide array of disciplines, studying ideas from antiquity to the present day.
Conference: Encountering Others, Understanding Ourselves in Medieval and Early Modern Thought
The conference Encountering Others, Understanding Ourselves in Medieval and Early Modern Thought is organized by the Centre of Excellence in...
Keynote lecture by Frederik Neuhouser
On 17 December, Frederick Neuhouser (Barnard College, Columbia University) will give a keynote lecture on "Rousseau on the Nature and Source of...
CFP: Paradoxes of Universalism - 2020 International Conference
We welcome papers to the international conference, held in University of Helsinki, November 4–6, 2020.
'Some (uncomfortable) thoughts on the History of Equality'
Lecture by Darrin McMahon, 17 February 2020
"Liberalism - Historical and Contemporary Variations" conference
"Liberalism - Historical and Contemporary Variations" conference, 24-25 October 2019, University of Helsinki, Porthania IV (Suomen Laki Hall),...