The Center for New Narratives in Philosophy (CNNP) is an international center for the most innovative work in the history of philosophy. We’re promoting diversity in philosophy as it is practiced and taught and fostering two kinds of work:
- We’re supporting the growing movement among historians of philosophy to broaden their research to include women and other non-canonical figures.
- We’re encouraging collaboration among philosophers and social activists to explore social issues, especially concerning criminal justice reform. We originated as a research cluster of the Center for Science and Society at Columbia, which is a collaborative enquiry into the nexus between the humanities and science.
Exploring the Philosophy of Émilie du Châtelet
The Heyman Center, Columbia University, New York
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Rethinking Philosophy’s Past, 1300-1800
The Heyman Center (Second Floor Common Room), Columbia University, New York
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Finding the Way to Truth: Conference on the Sources, History, and Impact of the Meditative Tradition
Buell Hall, Columbia University, 515 West 116th Street, New York
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