Invited Researcher of DEA Programme Stay in France: from April 13th to May 13th, 2022
Published at 6 April 2022
David Armando is a first-class researcher at the Institute for the History of Modern Philosophical and Scientific Thought (ISPF) of the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR) in Naples and an associate member of CéSor (EHESS-CNRS). He has taught modern history at the University of Rome – Sapienza, where he has been a member since 2018 of the Doctoral School in History, Anthropology and Religions. As part of the Labex Hastec he co-directs the project "Harmonia Universalis. Du mouvement mesmérien à l’internationale magnétiste".
Title: Science, Politics and Religion in the Age of the Restoration: The Debate on Animal Magnetism
Keywords: French Revolution; Religious history (sec. xviiie-XIXe); Animal magnetism and hypnotism; Conspiracy theories; History of feudalism in the Modern Age; Giambattista Vico
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