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Press Release 10 years of Open Access Books at De Gruyter – 10 Winning Titles! Winning titles of De Gruyter’s Open Access Book Anniversary competition announced Berlin, 27 September 2021 In late 2020, De Gruyter celebrated its 10th open access book … Continue reading
You can here read my post on Hermann Conring’s conception of the private when commenting upon his translation into Latin of Machiavelli’s The Prince. Conceptions of the Private in Hermann Conring’s “Observations” on Machiavelli’s The Prince https://privacy.hypotheses.org/1476
I wrote a new blog post where I argue that privacy studies and knowledge studies are fundamental new fields for consolidating 21st-century democracies.
Read my blog post on Arendt’s views on privacy here.
Private academic debates and public knowledge: Hermann Conring’s analysis of the Holy Roman Empire at the University of Helmstedt
I wrote a post on Hermann Conring based on Constantin Fasolt’s research to form the basis of my research project on the issue of privacy in academic debates in 17th-century Germany.
Check my work in progress on privacy in eighteenth-century Glasgow. I focus on Francis Hutcheson’s teaching of moral philosophy.
Check my New post about methodology for studying privacy in history on the Centre for Privacy’s blog.
Presentating my paper on Le Barbier’s Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen, 18 July 2019 ISECS, Edinburgh
The Universal Claims of Cosmopolitanism NYUAD Institute March 24, 2010
Featuring discussions of cosmopolitanism and deliberative democracy; Raymond Williams’s model of dominant, residual, and emergent cultures; Puritanism and Jeffersonianism; the horizon of expectations and the aesthetics of reception; canonization; ideology; and American Exceptionalism.