CALL FOR PAPERS Infinity in Early Modern Philosophy: The NYC Workshop in Jerusalem The Spinoza Center at the Van Leer Institute, Jerusalem June 19-20, 2016 Keynote Speakers: Maria Rosa Antognazza (King’s College London) Paul Guyer (Brown University) Yitzhak Melamed (Johns Hopkins University) The 6th New York Workshop in Early Modern Philosophy will take place at the Van Leer Institute in Jerusalem, Israel on June 19-20, 2016. This year’s workshop will be dedicated to the topic of infinity in early modern philosophy. The workshop particularly welcomes treatments of the infinite’s role in mathematical, theological, scientific, metaphysical, political and aesthetic contexts during the early modern period (roughly, 1600-1800). The workshop aims to foster exchange and collaboration between both scholars and students of early modern philosophy. Please submit abstracts of 250-300 words (prepared for blind review) to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than February 15th, 2016. The program will be made available in March 2016. Submissions will also be considered for a planned edited volume. The conference will provide accommodations and meals for all speakers (but will not be able to cover other travel costs, such as airfare). Further details will be made available through the conference website: nycearlymodernworkshop.weebly.com Conference Organizers: Ohad Nachtomy (Bar-Ilan University), Reed Winegar (Fordham University/Freie Universität Berlin), and Pini Ifregan (Bar-Ilan University/Spinoza Center). The organizers would like to acknowledge the support of the Van Leer Institute and the Institute's Spinoza Center for this year's workshop.