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Coloquios y Encuentros

La universidad cristiana medieval y el humanismo renacentista
 

Madrid, 6 March 2018, UNED

09h00 – 09h20 Sesión de apertura
 
09h20 – 10h00  Olivier Robordy (Université de Fribourg, Suiza): “Pierre d’Ailly : enseignement universitaire parisien et débuts de l’humanisme”
 
10h – 11h30 Comunicaciones
Sección Temática. Salón de Grados
Nicolás Martínez Bejarano (Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá): “Medioevo, escolástica colonial y humanismo: tres niveles de lasMaravillas de la naturaleza de fray Juan de santa Gertrudis”.
Manuel Méndez Alonzo (Universidad de Alcalá): “El derecho romano contra Aristóteles: las críticas al concepto de servidumbre natural desde el derecho español de Quiroga y Las Casas”.
Jean Christian Egoávil (Universidad del Pacífico, Perú): “La Logica Via Scoti de Jerónimo de Valera: la tradición escotista en el Virreinato del Perú”.
José Higuera (Universidade do Porto): “Universitas fidelium, civium, et scholarium: acerca de las restricciones semánticas a un término de “máxima generalidad”.
Francesco Fiorentino (Università degli Studi di Bari “Aldo Moro”): “Petrarca e la cultura universitaria”.
Sección Miscelánea. Seminario 338
Moderador: Sara María Aparicio Ruiz (Universidad Complutense de Madrid).
Vicente Llamas Roig (Instituto Teológico de Murcia OFM, Pontificia Università Antonianum de Roma): “El octamerón τ. ejes de la ontología univocista”.
Augusto Leandro Rocha da Silveira (Instituto Brasileiro de Filosofia e Ciência Raimundo Lúlio - UFF): “Aspectos éticos no Livro da Ordem de Cavalaria de Ramon Llull”.
Enrique Camilo Corti (CONICET-UNSAM, Buenos Aires): ”De magistro (Agustín) y De veritate (Anselmo): un itinerario cristiano desde los signos hacia Dios”.
Luís Filipe Fernandes Mendes (Universidade da Beira Interior): “Natureza, hábito e conveniência: a virtude para São Tomás de Aquino”.
Silvana Filippi (CONICET – UNR): “Duns Escoto y los límites de la metafísica: en camino hacia el pensamiento moderno”.
 
12h00 – 13h00 Comunicaciones
Sesión Temática. Salón de Grados
Ignacio Verdú Berganza (Universidad Pontificia Comillas): “Escolástica y humanismo. Dos concepciones del saber al final de la Edad Media”.
Sara María Aparicio Ruiz (Universidad Complutense de Madrid): De la escuela dialéctica de Abelardo al protohumanismo de Eloísa.
Antonio Bordoy Fernández (Universitat de les Illes Balears): “Cuestiones relativas a la génesis del conflicto en torno a la filosofía en la Facultad de artes de París (1200-1250): hacia una visión de conjunto”.
Sesión Temática y Miscelánea. Seminario 338
Paula Mercedes Lizarraga Gutiérrez (Universidad de Navarra): “El humanismo en la pintura renacentista: lectura iconológica de La Escuela de Atenas de Rafael”.
Ángel Martínez Ortega (Universidad de Valladolid): “La polémica en torno a la intentio intellecta en la escolástica renacentista. A propósito de la crítica de Juan de santo Tomás al comentario a la S. Th. I q. 27 de Tomás de Vio Cayetano”.
Diego Apellaniz Borba (Universidade Lasalle, Brasil):, “As Virtudes Teologais e Cardeais na Idade Média e suas Relações com as Cores e Metais Heráldicos no Tratado Medieval Le Blason des Couleurs (século XV)”.
 
13h00 – 13h30 Simona Langella (Università degli Studi di Genova): “Filosofía y teología en Tomás de Aquino”.
 
13h30 – 14’00. Presentación de libros.
 
16h00 – 17h00 Sesión 3 Sala de Grados
Antonio Sánchez-Bayón (ISEMCO, EAE Business School Centro Adscrito a la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos y Univ. Bernardo O’Higgins): “Claves de la ratio iuris ultramontana: de Palencia a la Complutense y la impronta del humanismo hispánico”.
Jaume Mensa y Maria Cabré Duran (Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona): “Antonius Andreae y su Scriptum super Metaphysicam: la univocidad del ser”.
 
17h15 – 18h15 Comunicaciones, Salón de Grados
Valentín Fernández Polanco (Grupo de Investigación de Filosofía Medieval UCM):, “Entre medievo y humanismo: la ontología dialéctica de Nicolás de Cusa”.
Francisco Javier Rubio Hípola (Universidad Francisco de Vitoria): “La influencia de las condenaciones de París de 1277 en el cambio de los estudios de teología durante la escolástica tardomedieval”.
Ana Caldeira Fouto (Universidade de Lisboa): “Os tratados “De Restitutione” – tipologia literária e o problema metodológico na reforma joanina da universidade em Portugal”.
Vilda Rodríguez Méndez (Universidad de Camagüey “Ignacio Agramonte Loynaz”, Cuba): “El electivismo en el pensamiento cubano: entre humanismo e ilustración”.
 
18h15-19h15 Sesión Clausura
David Torrijos Castrillejo (Universidad Eclesiástica San Dámaso), “La disputa De auxiliis: entre la tradición medieval y el humanismo renacentista”.
Leopoldo Prieto (Universidad Francisco de Vitoria), “La crítica de Juan de santo Tomás del concepto suareciano de materia prima”.
10-11 March 2018

The beasts in the 'Beatus' manuscripts: the visual language of heterogeneity (11th-12th centuries)

curated by Nadia Consiglieri
Firenze, via Cristoforo Landino, 2

https://www.nuovomedioevo.it/2018/01/05/seminar-the-beasts-in-the-beatus-manuscripts-the-visual-language-of-heterogeneity/

The legacy of fundamental structures in Plato’s Timaeus for Medieval and Renaissance Europe

Crossing lands
Spreading knowledge in the Near East and the Mediterranean
from Late Antiquity to Middle Ages

Córdoba, Casa Árabe, March 15, 2018
 
Convened by University of Cordoba (Spain) and KU Leuven (Belgium)

9:10 – 09:50   Opening keynote - Carolina López-Martín (Ohio State University): The Mediterranean: From Classical Period to Late Antiquity
09:50 – 10:10   Massimo Gasparini (University of Cordoba): Religiosity in Classical Cyrene. Sanctuary of Demeter
10:10 – 10:30   David Ojeda (University of Cordoba): Reworked Roman Female Portraits. An Occasional Phenomenon or a Common Practice Disseminated throughout the Mediterranean?
10:30 – 10:50   Lautaro Roig Lanzilotta (Groningen University): Concealed Knowledge: Ancient Ways of Producing, Protecting, and Sharing Knowledge as a Context for Gnostic Esotericism
10:50 – 11:10  Coffee break

11:10 – 11:30   Israel Muñoz Gallarte  (University of Cordoba): Crossing the Threshold. Coming back Home in the Hymn of the Pearl (vv. 63-105)
11:30 – 11:50   Miguel Herrero (Complutense University, Madrid): Jewish and Greek Gnomic Poetry: Intersections
11:50 – 12:10   Juan Pedro  Monferrer-Sala (University of Cordoba): From Aramaic to Arabic. An old Jewish tradition in al-Ma'arrī's Risālat al-Ghufrān
12:10 – 12:50   Lourdes Bonhome Pulido (University of Cordoba):  Orosius’ Historiae: Study of an Andalusi Arabic version of a Mythological Text
12:50 – 13:10   Maurizio Massaiu (University of Naples): Norman Art and Architecture in Context. Some Remarks on the Court of the Norman Kings of Sicily (1130-1189 AD)
13:10 – 13:50   General Discussion

16:30 – 16:50  Daniel Di Liscia (Ludwig-Maximilians Universität): Breakings and continuities: The Impetus Theorie as a Complex Case of Transmission of Power and Knowlege (from Philoponos to Galileo)
16:50 – 17:10  Andrea Robiglio (KU Leuven): Birds, Humans and Literature: the Case of Petrus Alfonsi
17:10 – 17:30  Pedro Mantas-España (University of Cordoba): Petrus Alfonsi’s Aren and a Living Paradise for Philosophers
17:30 – 17:50  Coffee break

17:50 – 18:10   Nicola Polloni (Durham University): Pass the Buck, Stop the Book. Arabic Philosophy in Latin Europe Before Michael Scot 
18:10 – 18:30   Serena Masolini (KU Leuven): Against the “errores graecorum”: the Reappearance of an Old Controversy on the “visio beatifica” at the Council of Ferrara-Florence
18:30 – 19:10   General Discussion
http://parimed.hypotheses.org/2617
Symposium in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
Feminine Perspectives


March 15-17, 2018

Room W-5215, Thérèse-Casgrain Building
Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Montreal, Canada


 
Thursday, March 15
6:00-7:30 PM "Ancient Debates about Women: Reception in the Renaissance" by Marguerite Deslauriers (McGill University)

Friday, March 16
9:45 Opening and coffee
10:00-10:45 "Liberté sexuelle et plaisir féminin chez Lucrèce: une politique de la sexualité" by Julie Giovacchini (CNRS)
11:00-11:45 "Le plaisir libre et le mouvement volontaire chez Lucrèce" by Charlotte Tremblay-Lemieux (UdeM)
11:45-12:30 "La préméditation des maux, un exercice hédoniste?" by Isabelle Chouinard (UdeM and Paris-IV)
1:30-2:15 "Où sont passées les philosophes-reines? Sur la disparition apparente des gouvernantes dans le Politique de Platon" by Annie Larivée (Carleton University)
2:15-3:00 "Vieillesse, maladie et féminité chez Aristote: la portée d'une analogie" by Laetitia Monteils-Laeng (UdeM)
3:30-4:15 "L'état du livre I de la Rhétorique" by Jeanne Allard (McGill University)

Saturday, March 17
9:45 Opening and coffee
10:00-10:45 "Les pouvoirs du lieu dialectique chez Aristote" by Laurence Godin-Tremblay (UQAM and U. Firenze)
11:00-11:45 "Stoic Theory of Case and the Semantics of Nouns" by Marion Durand (U. of Toronto)
11:45-12:30 "La transformation des notions stoïciennes dans le De Abstinentia de Porphyre: le cas de l'oikeiôsis" by Delphine Gingras (ULaval)
1:30-2:15 "Perspectives néoplatoniciennes sur la légitimité des femmes en philosophie" by Mathilde Cambron-Goulet (UQAM)
2:15-3:00 "Virtues of the Mind, Powers of the Body: Intellectual Humility and Embodiment in Teresa de Avila and Hildegard von Bingen" by Kelsey Boor (Fordham University)
3:30-5:00 "Medieval Mystics on Persons: What John Locke Didn't Tell You" by Christina Van Dyke (Calvin College)
VIII INTERNATIONAL MEDIEVAL
MEETING LLEIDA


25th-28th June 2018


2 SPECIAL STRANDS:

"Emotions in the Middle Ages. A historiographical appraisal"

"Cohesion of multiethnic societies, c. 6th-16th"


Enrolment open for papers, sessions, posters and business until 18th March 2018


www.internationalmedievalmeetinglleida.udl.cat
Calls for Paper

Humans and Nature

FINO Graduate Conference in History of Philosophy


The History of Philosophy curriculum of the North-Western Italian Philosophy Consortium (FINO) and the Collegio Giasone del Maino di Pavia are pleased to announce the 5th edition of the International Graduate Conference in History of Philosophy, which will take place on Sept. 17-18, 2018, in Pavia. The topic of the 2018 edition is “Humans and Nature”. Submissions are invited that engage with the philosophical question of naturalism, in particular with the attempts, and refusals of a naturalistic explanation of the human realm from antiquity to the mid 19th-Century. Both the metaphysical and the methodological meaning of naturalism will be taken into account; special attention will be paid to its materialistic developments, to the criticisms of supernaturalistic issues, and of teleological investigations. The invited presenters include Sabrina Ebbersmeyer (University of Copenhagen), Ann Thomson (European University Institute, Florence), and Stéphane Toussaint (CNRS-LEM-PSL, Paris). Invited speakers will give plenary lectures, and discuss the presentations of the PhD students in their section. Papers can be in English or French, and should not exceed 30 minutes presentation time (and followed by approximately 20 minutes of discussion).

SUBMISSIONS

Graduate students (Master, PhD students and those who have defended their doctoral thesis not earlier than 2016) can submit proposals for papers of approximately 30 minutes. The submission deadline is June 15th, 2018. Successful applicants will be notified by July 1st, 2016. Please send the following to paola.rumore@unito.it in .doc(x), .rtf, or .pdf format:

(1.) A cover letter containing the following information: (a) author’s name (b) institutional affiliation (c) contact information, (d) title of the paper.

(2.) The title and a detailed abstract (in English or French, one page in length) of the paper. This should be prepared for blind refereeing, i.e. showing no information identifying the author or the author’s institutional affiliation. Participants will be offered accommodation in the Collegio Giasone del Maino in Pavia (via Luino, 4). Travel expenses cannot be covered. No registration fees are required.

Conference organizers: Carla Casagrande (Università di Pavia), Gianni Paganini (Università del Piemonte orientale), Paola Rumore (Università di Torino).

Foreign Knowledge – Medieval Attitudes towards the Unknown


Ruhr-University Bochum

14-16 June 2018

https://www.hsozkult.de/event/id/termine-36464
CFP Deadline: 1 May 2018
http://www.la-semyr.es/

From Quadrivium to Natural Sciences: New Impulses in the Traditional Framework

Ostrava, Czech Republic
15-16 November 2018
 
The conference aims to provide an opportunity to discuss research and share ideas among the philosophers and historians of science concerning the inquiry into nature, which was primarily represented by quadrivial disciplines and medicine during the early Middle Ages and further developer in reaction to emerging translations of Greek and Arabic texts on nature. The stress is put on the transformations in time, crossing the boundaries, and progressive introduction of “otherness” into the traditional conceptions.
 
Calls for Application

ICREA Research Professor

Call link with all information about the application procedure: https://www.icrea.cat/en/calls

Feel free to contact Prof. Daniel Gamper (Director of the Dept., Daniel.Gamper@uab.cat) for information about the Department, and Prof. Thomas Sturm (Thomas.Sturm@uab.cat) for details about the ICREA system.

Please note: The ultimate decision concerning these postdoctoral fellowships are made by the Catalan Institute for Research and advanced Studies (ICREA), not by the Dept. of Philosophy. However, applicants need to name a host institution, and the host institution will have to write a letter of support. Our support will be provided subject to an evaluation of the candidate’s curriculum and his fit with our department.

The Department of Philosophy at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona provides a lively intellectual environment. Our recent and ongoing research projects includ​e​ topics such as theories of rationality at the interface between philosophy and the sciences; the epistemology and ethics of public health; cognitive science and philosophy of mind; cosmology from antiquity to modernity; philosophy of contemporary art; gender studies​​. etc.
Lecturer in Latin and Manuscript Studies

University of Kent, Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Studies

Deadline 12 March 2018

https://www11.i-grasp.com/fe/tpl_kent01.asp?newms=jj&id=41502&aid=14243

Lecturer in philosophy

Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
Faculty of Arts, Charles University

The Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Faculty of Arts, Charles University invites applications for one full-time three-year position at the lecturer level (starting at AP2 in the Czech scale), beginning October 1st 2018.

Info about the department: http://ufar.ff.cuni.cz/10/about-our-department
Official announcement at the web of the Faculty of Arts: https://www.ff.cuni.cz/2018/01/open-competition-january-11-2018-department-philosophy-religious-studies/

 
Deadline: 15th March 23:59h
 
Brepols Publishers - Erasmus+ programme (traineeship)
 
Duration: no less than 3 months (up to 12 months).Working hours: 6 hours/day (from 08.30 to 14.30). 
Skills: excellent communication skills; team player; broad knowledge of European history and cultures, across countries, periods, languages and disciplines
Degree (relevant to): Philology, Language & Literature, History, Archeology, Philosophy, Theology.
Obligations: supporting a team of Bibliographers working on Brepols Publishers’ databases (L'Année philologique, International Medieval Bibliography, International Bibliography for Humanisme and Renaissance, Index Religiosus).
Languange Requirements: English (C1 or C2); Good command of any other language will be an advantage. 
Fees & Fundings: European Union-Erasmus+ programme funding; 200€/per month from Brepols Pulishers as accomodation fees. 
Office: Brepols Publishing Services, Ermou 55, 54623 Thessaloniki, Greece
Further information: dimitrios.kyratzis@brepols.net
Assistant Professor, Philosophy

Lewis University
Romeoville, Illinois 

Deadline: 2 June 2018
https://jobs.lewisu.edu/postings/3075
Assistant Director

APRA Foundation, Berlin

http://adrianpiper.com/docs/APRAFBerlinAssistantDirector2018.pdf

 
Nuevas Publicaciones

Llull Ars

Este Book-App es una presentación abreviada de la obra filosófica y literaria del polígrafo mallorquín Ramon Llull. A través de cinco símbolos de la cosmovisión medieval, aún vigentes, y en igual número de capítulos, nos presentan un breve excurso por la biografía intelectual de uno de los pensadores más relevantes de la historia del pensamiento ibérico.

https://www.ucm.es/apps
https://itunes.apple.com/es/app/llull-ars/id1347105603
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=es.ucm.fll.llullars 

Secrets and Discovery in the Middle Ages
 
J. Meirinhos, C. López, J. Rebalde (eds.)

(TEMA, 90)

http://www.brepols.net/Pages/ShowProduct.aspx?prod_id=IS-9782503577456-1


Juan Pedro Montferrer Sala and Pedro Mantas España
 
De Toledo a Córdoba
Tathlīth al-Waḥdāniyyah (‘La Trinidad de la Unidad’) Fragmentos teológicos de un judeoconverso arabizado


http://editorialsinderesis.com/producto/de-toledo-a-cordoba

Andreas Lammer

The Elements of Avicenna's Physics
Greek Sources and Arabic Innovations


De Gruyter, 2018
 

Scripta Mediaevalia
volumen 10

Con número temático:
Concepciones tomasianas de persona, derecho y poder


Link de descarga: http://revistas.uncu.edu.ar/ojs/index.php/scripta/issue/view/82



Regards sur les traditions philosophiques
(XIIe-XVI​e​ siècles)​  


eds. Dragos Calma and Zénon Kaluza

Leuven University Press, 350p.
Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Mediaevalis (CCCM 266)

Raimundus Lullus

Opera latina XXXVIII (142-153) 
in Montepessulano anno MCCCIX conscripta, quibus epistolae tres loco et tempore incerto adnectuntur

F. Domínguez Reboiras (ed.)
CXV+364 p., 1 colour ill., 8 b/w tables, 155 x 245 mm, 2017

http://www.brepols.net/Pages/ShowProduct.aspx?prod_id=IS-9782503557038-1


Optics, Ethics, and Art in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries: Looking into Peter of Limoges's Moral Treatise on the Eye 

Edited by Herbert L. Kessler and Richard G. Newhauser

(PIMS, 2018)

http://www.pims.ca/publications/new-and-recent-titles/publication/optics-ethics-and-art-in-the-thirteenth-and-fourteenth-centuries-looking-into-peter-of-limoges-s-moral-treatise-on-the-eye

Juan de Santo Tomás


La naturaleza y las causas

ed. Juan Cruz Cruz

http://editorialsinderesis.com/producto/la-naturaleza-y-las-causas


Francisco José García


El culto a Ramón Llull
en la Mallorca del siglo XVIII


http://editorialsinderesis.com/producto/el-culto-a-ramon-llull-en-la-mallorca-del-siglo-xviii

Les Etudes Philosophiques 2018/1 


L’interprétation mathématique de Platon

Dirigé par Marwan Rashed et Thomas Auffret

 
Comunicaciones

6th European Congress of Medieval Studies of the Fédération Internationale des Instituts d’Études Médiévales (FIDEM)


Past and Future
Medieval Studies Today

 
2-5 September 2018
  
University of Basel, Switzerland


 
Organisation
The 6th European Congress of Medieval Studies of the Fédération Internationale des Instituts d’Études Médiévales (FIDEM) will be organized by the Department of Arts, Media, and Philosophy of the University of Basel, Switzerland.
 
Subject
There was a time, not so long ago, when Medieval Studies constituted a major pillar for the understanding of the history of human civilization. The Middle Ages bridge the gap between ancient culture and Modernity; it is the period during which the Greek and Roman heritage was transformed into European and Christian values and found expression in new and different ways in music, art, architecture, literature, philosophy, and theology – fields, which testify to the cultural evolution of humanity. For this reason, Medieval Studies had a strong and uncontested position in the curricula of many institutions of higher education, especially in the Western world.
 
Today, things are different. While the medieval contribution to the project of humanity remains beyond doubt, the challenges facing those interested in history have definitively changed. In a globalizing world, the emergence of the universities, gothic architecture, polyphony, and urban culture, can no longer be studied in isolation. Their significance must be assessed against the background of developments elsewhere in the world, for instance, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. Today, what does the medieval past mean for a global and culturally diverse future?
 
Medieval Studies have always excelled by their vigorous scholarly methods and their inventiveness: it is within this realm that new methods of critical text editing were developed and became the standard across all the humanities; medievalists were among the first to seize the opportunities and chances offered by the digitization of texts; interdisciplinary research is the rule rather than the exception. With these features, Medieval Studies are well equipped to develop convincing answers to the challenges of the future in front of them. Distinguished by a vast regional diversity as well as global interaction and exchange, the Middle Ages both question and inspire our contemporary understanding as citizens of a globalizing world, a promising challenge calling for new ideas and powerful institutions suited to put the ‘European’ Middle Ages into relation with human achievements elsewhere on the globe.
 
Currently, different replies to these new challenges are under discussion, each with its own potentials and risks: global medievalism, digital humanities, comparative history, rethinking the cultural narrative. To present and debate these approaches and to exchange views about successful perspectives of Medieval Studies, the Fédération Internationale des Instituts d’Etudes Médiévales (FIDEM) devotes its 6th European Congress of Medieval Studies to the topic of “Past and Future: Medieval Studies Today”.
 
By way of plenary talks and discussion sessions, specialist from the fields of Arts, Codicology, History, Literature, Musicology, Paleography, Philosophy, and Theology will share with the audience their views about the possible future of Medieval Studies.
 
Call for Papers
There is a number of slots for papers (20 minutes) and special sessions (90 minutes). Proposals should be submitted to Prof. Maarten J.F.M. Hoenen at <FIDEM@unibas.ch> by 30 April, 2018.
 
Stipends
To facilitate attendance at the Congress, FIDEM stipends (500 €) are available for researchers under the age of 35, who will present a paper. Applications (including a letter of application, a CV and a letter of recommendation) should be submitted to Marta Pavón Ramírez, FIDEM Secretary General, at <secretary.general@fidemweb.org> by 30 April, 2018.
 
General Assembly
On Tuesday, 4 September, the General Assembly of the FIDEM will take place in the Kollegienhaus of the University of Basel. At the General Assembly, the new board of the FIDEM will be elected. Further items of the agenda will be announced in advance.
 
Registration and Information
Registration is free. To register, please send an email to <FIDEM@unibas.ch> by July 15, 2018. In the next circular details on stipends, hotel accommodation and travel information will be provided. For further information, please visit <fidemweb.org> or contact Prof. Maarten J.F.M. Hoenen at <FIDEM@unibas.ch>.

 

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