The European Academy of Sciences and Arts (EASA) is Europe's largest and most prestigious transnational association of scientists. There are nearly 30 Nobel Prize winners amongst its Members and several Heads of State and former Commission Presidents amongst its Protectors. The Academy Members work in diverse transdisciplinary classes with the objective of fostering the role of science in society, stimulating tolerance and contributing to solving contemporary mega-problems.
In cooperation with the Academy, who’s representation office in Brussels is supported by EPPA, a series of brainstorming sessions is launched about the role of science and ethics in politics, the 'SPINOZA LECTURES', in honour of the great thinker whose work contributed so significantly both to Enlightenment and democracy.
For more info about the Spinoza lectures, check the attached PDF: