Central Seminar in the History of Early Modern Philosophy
Saint Louis University St. Louis, MO September 26-27, 2003
The fifth annual meeting of the South Central Seminar in the History of
Early Modern Philosophy will be held Friday-Saturday, September 26-27, at Saint LouisUniversity
in St. Louis, Missouri.
Like similar seminars in other parts of the country, the South Central Seminar
is an informal group designed to foster interaction among scholars working on
topics in the history of early modern philosophy.
All sessions will be held in
the Knights Room of the Pius XII Library on the Saint LouisUniversity campus. Although there is no registration fee for the
seminar, we ask that you register for the seminar and indicate your intention
to attend the dinner by contacting either
Accommodations are available at the
Cheshire Inn (6300
on the southwest corner of Forest Park).
Because the Cheshire is a 15 minute drive to campus, participants will have
to use the hotel shuttle bus to get to the seminar.For reservations, call 314-647-7300 and mention you
are with the “Early Modern Philosophy Conference” to get the
conference rate of $72.82/night.
From the airport you can get to the Cheshire
Inn either by cab or the MetroLink light rail system.
For a cab, call the Cheshire and they will have a CountyCab pick you up and bring you to the Inn
for $21 (same fare for up to four persons). You can also take the Metrolink (which on Friday morning and early afternoon
leaves the airport every 20 minutes) to the Central West End station for $3. When you reach the station, call the Cheshire and they will send their shuttle van to pick you up. For
a map of the Saint LouisUniversity campus, click here.