00 Hardcover Routledge advances in the history of philosophy; 3 BD541 The British Society for the History of Philosophy held the conference Causation: 1500-2000 in March 2008 at the University of York, in Yorkshire.
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BSHP stands for British Society for the History of Philosophy (St. Peter's College; Oxford, England, UK)
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Among the last-named for its prominence is the conference organized by Hilary Gatti, a recognized scholar for her publications on Bruno's philosophy, held in London in June 2000, and sponsored by the British Society for the History of Philosophy.
This newly scientific approach to Bruno, which once again considers him as a participant of note in the new enquiries into the order of the physical world which characterized European, and particularly English culture in the second part of the sixteenth century, was not only the subject of an important conference organized by the historian of science, Arcangelo Rossi, at the State University of the "Sapienza" in Rome in February 2000, to coincide with the celebratory events of the four-hundredth anniversary of Bruno's death, but also characterized many of the papers given at the London conference sponsored by The British Society for the History of Philosophy and hosted by University College London in June 2000.