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Co-organized by the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies at Boston College and the Departamento de Humanidades y Filosofía de la Universidad Loyola Andalucía. Researchers from Chile, Argentina, USA and Europe attended the symposium.

This symposium is part of the Project 'Jesuit Thinking and Tradition and its Influence on Modernity from the Perspectives of History, Translation and Legal, Moral and Political Philosophy' led by the Department of Humanities and Philosophy and the Vice-Rectorate of Research from the Loyola University of Andalusia. The project tries to discover the influence of the Jesuit thinking in the early times of the Society as to the present at all levels (juridical, theological, philosophical and political).

Francisco Suárez, S.J. (1548–1617) is recognized as a philosopher, theologian, and jurist who had a significant cultural impact in the development of modernity. Commemorating the 400th anniversary of his death, this symposium has studied the work of Suárez and other Jesuits of his time in the context of diverse traditions that came together in Europe between the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance and early modernity.

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