Medieval and Renaissance Science, Religion, and Nature’s Secrets

Friday, June 27, 2014 - 13:15 to 14:15
Lecture Room, IMMA (Museum of Modern Art Ireland)

Medieval and Renaissance Science, Religion, and Nature’s Secrets 

Dr Michael Dunne (Head, Department of Philosophy, Maynooth University) introduces the overlapping areas of science, religion, and medicine in medieval and renaissance thought with reference to some key figures including Giordano Bruno and others that form part of his research on the philosophy of God, science and Ireland’s medieval philosophical heritage.

Dr Michael Dunne lectures and writes for numerous journals and publicaitons. His research interests includes Ancient and Mediaeval Philosophy. Philosophy of God. Philosophy of Science. Current Projects:A first edition of the Commentary on the Sentences of Richard FitzRalph, ('Armachanus, 1300-1360), Chancellor of the University of Oxford (1332-34) Archbishop of Armagh (1347-60).

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