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~ Diciembre 2018 (Addendum) ~
Camille Pisarro, L'Hiver
La Junta directiva de la Sociedad de Filosofía Medieval envia a todos sus socios y a los lectores de Iberica Philosophica Mediaevalia los mejores deseos de Felices Fiestas y de un excelente año 2019, personal, familiar y profesional.

A Comissão Directiva da Sociedad de Filosofía Medieval envia a todos os seus sócios e aos leitores de Iberica Philosophica Mediaevalia os melhores votos de Festas Felizes e de um excelente ano de 2019, pessoal, familiar e profissional.

 
José Meirinhos
Presidente de SOFIME
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Comunicaciones de SOFIME

Coloquio internacional anual de la Sociedad de Filosofía Medieval

De amicitia. Amistad en la filosofía medieval e inícios de la modernidad. Homenaje al Prof. César Raña Dafonte 

Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
22-23 de Abril de 2019

 

Ponente invitado
John Christian Laursen (University of California / Riverside), “Peace and Civil Friendship: Erasmus and the Christian Cynicism”

Llamada para comunicaciones
Se invita a toda la comunidad filosófica a presentar propuestas de comunicación (20 minutos + 10 minutos de discusión)
— Lenguas del coloquio: español, galego, português, inglés.
— Propuestas de comunicación con nombre e institución, título, resumen (400 palabras) enviadas al email: santiago.amicitia@gmail.com
— Fecha límite del envío: 15 de Enero 2019
Becas de participación:
— La organización ofrece hasta 7 becas (incluye: alojamiento, comidas y co-pago del viaje) a jóvenes estudiantes o investigadores socios de SOFIME con comunicación aprobada.
Toda la información para asociarse se encuentra en la página web de SOFIME (https://sofimeblog.files.wordpress.com/2018/07/impreso-nuevo-socio.pdf).

Inscripciones
Participación sin comunicación: libre hasta el límite de la sala del Coloquio, pero con inscripción previa
Inscripciones de participación sin comunicación por email: santiago.amicitia@gmail.com

Organización
Comisión organizadora: Prof. Dr. Martín González; Dr. Oscar Parcero Oubiña; Dr. Jorge Cendón Conde.
Organizan: Departamento de Filosofía y Antropologiá de la Universidad de Santiago de Compostela / Sociedad de Filosofía Medieval

Coloquios, Congresos y Encuentros
Calls for Papers
Le XXIe colloque du CIPL sur

L'émergence des écrits en langue vulgaire.  La perspective paléographique

Aura lieu à Florence du 19 au 21 février 2020.

Appel à communications au site du CIPL:  http://palaeographia.org/cipl/firenze/index.htm  - échéance le 31 décembre 2018.
WHAT IS PHILOSOPHY?
Past, Present and Future


Warwick, UK
26th-28th June 2019

For as long as philosophical questions have been asked, the nature and task of philosophy itself has posed a problem to which various and often conflicting solutions have arisen. Today it seems that the idea and practice of philosophy is as controversial as ever – for philosophers and non-philosophers alike. The questions have however been rephrased: What is the place of philosophy in an increasingly specialised academia? How does society perceive philosophy and how can philosophy itself impact society? Has philosophy progressed, or simply adapted to the political and social world in which it is found? Is a single foundation possible, or must we always ‘begin again’, seeking new philosophical tools in pursuit of the problems we encounter?

This year, the Warwick Conference of Continental Philosophy (WCPC) invites papers of Continental or European philosophy focusing upon the purpose and scope of philosophical discourse and practice. Suggested topics might include, but are not limited to:

 *   The nature and task of philosophy: What is philosophy today? What is the role of the philosopher? Does philosophy or its subdisciplines have set functions? What are the problems that philosophy addresses and why? What characterises continental philosophy? Is philosophy possible (only) within academia?
 *   The identities of philosophy: Philosophy and gender, philosophy and social class, philosophy and language. Who is the philosopher? Who are the female philosophers to be rediscovered in the history of philosophy? Who are those excluded from philosophy? Is philosophy a ‘luxury’? How do non-philosophers think of philosophers and vice-versa? Is there a single language and style of philosophy?
 *   The geography of philosophy: Dialogues and misunderstandings between Western and non-Western traditions. Is there a difference between Western and non-Western conceptions and modes of philosophising? What are the reciprocal influences? What is non-Western philosophy? Is there a defining feature of Western philosophy?
 *   The interplay between philosophy and other disciplines: Philosophy and science, technology, the arts, psychology & psychoanalysis, the social sciences, religion, etc. What are the boundaries and intersections between philosophy and these other disciplines?
 *   The histories of philosophy: Different conceptions and practises of philosophy in Antiquity, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and Modernity. What are the differences and similarities across epochs and traditions? What can past conceptions tell us?

We are also pleased to announce the following keynote presentations:

The 26th June will open with a roundtable discussion on Foucault, philosophy and problematisation, featuring Stuart Elden (Warwick), Daniele Lorenzini (Saint-Louis - Bruxelles) and Martina Tazzioli (Swansea), alongside other experts on Foucault.

The 27th will then feature a roundtable discussion of crisis in philosophy and other disciplines, chaired by Miguel de Beistegui (Warwick) and in association with the Philosophy in a Time of Crisis project (philosophyx.co.uk).

On the closing day of the conference, we are also pleased to feature a keynote presentation from Marina Garcés, (Oberta de Catalunya), founding member of collectiveEspai en blanc.

The Warwick Continental Philosophy Conference welcomes the following proposals:

 *   Papers: Each paper will be allotted 25 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for discussion.
 *   Panels: We also invite suggestions for panels consisting of 3-4 papers organised around a common theme (paper abstracts of 250-500 words & panel abstract 250-300 words); the panel as a whole cannot exceed one and a half hours.

Roundtables: We will also consider suggestions for roundtable discussions to discuss a single theme, idea or topic, moderated by a chair (abstract of 250-500 words).

If you wish to submit a proposal in any of the formats above, please send an email to wcpc@warwick.ac.uk. The deadline for submissions is the 22nd March 2019. We hope to make bursaries available following the acquisition of more funding, so please indicate on your application if you would like to be considered.

For more information, please see the conference website at https://warwickcontinentalphilosophyconference.wordpress.com
Varieties of Unity in Early Modern Philosophy
 
University of Groningen, Netherlands
April 12-13, 2019

The issue of unity is an important topic both in scholastic and mainstream early modern philosophy.  One set of questions centres on the idea that unity was supposed to be an essential feature of substances. But how are the parts of a composite—parts like matter and form—united? And how are composite substances distinguished from mere aggregates? Accidents and modes are also supposed to be united in some sense with their hosts: what accounts for the unity of a substance with its accidents?  A different set of questions arose from the distinction between the material and the immaterial: human souls or minds were regarded as simple or indivisible, but matter as inherently composite and divisible.  This distinction was important for the view that the human soul or mind is immortal – on account of its indivisibility.  How should we understand these differences and how did various philosophers argue for them?  How are mind and body united in a human being?  And can material entities have any sort of real unity, especially on a mechanistic conception?

We propose a two-day conference on these and related questions in scholastic and non-scholastic thinkers in the 16th-17th century on April 12-13, 2019.  One goal of the conference is to develop a deeper understanding of scholastic thought in this period, and its relationship to what we ordinarily think of as early modern thinkers.

Confirmed Speakers: Jeff McDonough (Harvard University); Shane Duarte (University of Notre Dame); Helen Hattab (University of Houston); Calvin Normore (UCLA); Marleen Rozemond (University of Toronto)

Organizers: Marleen Rozemond (University of Toronto), Brian Embry (University of Groningen)

Submission instructions: Please submit blinded abstracts of 1-2 pages to b.a.embry@rug.nl before January 10, 2019.
International Workshop on the History of Philosophy

INTELLECT AND WILL IN THE MEDIEVAL THOUGHT
 
Saint-Petersburg State University
30 September – 2 October 2019

Key topics:
Heart and Mind in the Patristic Heritage
Reason and Will in the Doctrine of St. Augustine
Passions and Impassivity in the Monastic Practices of Hesychasm
Voluntarism and Intellectualism in the Medieval Thought of XIII Century
Dispositions of Will and Intellect in Ethics of Thomas Aquinas
Thomas Aquinas on the Procedure of Moral Action
Duns Scotus on the Priority of Will
COoncepts of Will and Intelligence in the Late Medieval German Mystics
Intellect and Will in the Understanding of Nicholas of Cusa

If You are interested to participate in this project, please, send till 1 May 2019 your abstracts (2-3 pages, 6000-8000 signs) and brief information about Your scientific status to the Internet-address of Chief of Organizing Committee Oleg E. Dushin odushin@mail.ru
V  Congreso Iberoamericano de Filosofía
 
5 Siglos de convergencias y desencuentros: Historia, retos y porvenir de la filosofía iberoamericana

Del 17 al 21 de junio de 2019 en la UNAM, ciudad de México.

El próximo 20 de diciembre termina el plazo para registrar ponencias:
http://vcongresoiberoamericanodefilosofia.net/
BRITAIN'S EARLY PHILOSOPHERS
Durham, April 1-2, 2019

The Durham Centre for Ancient and Medieval Philosophy (http://dcamp.uk)  is hosting a two-day workshop on Britain's Early Philosophers and is  seeking abstracts for contributed talks on any aspect of philosophy and  philosophers born in or living in Britain before 1000.

Who were Britain’s earliest philosophers? What were Alcuin of York’s  contributions to philosophy? To what extent can we consider thinkers  such as Hild, Bede, Cuthbert, Gildas, and Cædmon philosophers? How did  philosophy reach Britain? Who was reading it, who was writing it, who  was teaching it, who was learning it? In this seminal exploratory workshop, we will be considering these questions as well as other  questions such as: What counts as philosophy in the early medieval  British period? What are the boundary/ies between philosophy and  theology? Is there a specifically/uniquely early British philosophical tradition? Just who was reading Alfred’s translation of Boethius?
In this two-day workshop, we will have plenary talks given by:
    Dr. Fred Biggs (Connecticut)
    Dr. Barbara Denison (Shippensburg)
    Dr. Helen Foxhall Forbes (Durham) (tbc)
    Dr. Mary Garrison (York) (tbc)

These talks will set the stage by focusing on some of the intellectual  context of early medieval Britain and the contributions of leading  figures in early British intellectual history, including Bede, Alcuin, and Hild.

We would like to supplement these invited talks with around 12  contributed talks from scholars (especially junior scholars) from all  disciplines, so long as they touch on the matter of philosophy and  philosophical writing, teaching, and learning.

Abstracts of no more than 500 words should be sent to Dr. Sara L.  Uckelman, s.l.uckelman@durham.ac.uk, by January 30, 2019; responses to decisions on abstracts will be communicated by February 15, 2019.

For more information, see http://www.dcamp.uk/britains-early-philosophers/
Empleos, Becas y Oportunidades

Centenary Fellowship Application 2019-20 

The Philosophy department at the University of Aberdeen invites applications for Centenary Fellowships for the 2019-20 academic year. The Fellowships are intended for new or established faculty in any area of specialisation who would like to visit the Philosophy department for periods between one and four weeks. Visits must fall between 1 September 2019 and 31 August 2020, preferably during term time. Each Fellowship is intended to cover the expenses of the visit. The amount awarded will depend on the length of the stay and on the level of funding from other sources available to the applicant (if any). Fellows will present their research at the Philosophy Colloquium, give a masterclass for PhD students, and interact with faculty and students on research projects.

Applications must include (1) a CV and (2) the application form.

Due date: 1 February 2019 For enquiries please contact Dr Beth Lord – s.b.lord@aberdeen.ac.uk

Centenary Fellowships are generously funded by the Scots Philosophical Association.

Aún aceptando propuestas...
Symposium Thomisticum IV
Rome, 4 – 6 July 2019

Theme of the symposium will be ‘Aquinas Philosopher Theologian’. The venue is the Collegio Irlandese, centrally located near the church of St John Lateran. Details are available at:

Speakers will include Serge-Thomas Bonino, Therese Cory, Kevin Flannery, Joshua Hochschild, Ed Houser, Gyula Klima, Patrick Masterson, Siobhan Nash-Marshall, John O’Callaghan, Paul O’Grady, Fran O’Rourke, Alice Ramos, Andrea Robiglio, Mary Catherine Sommers, Rudi Te Velde, Candace Vogler, Giovanni Ventimiglia, Jörgen Vijgen, Kevin White. Other speakers to be confirmed.
Papers are invited for supplementary parallel sessions on the afternoon of Saturday 6 July. While topics on any aspect of Aquinas are welcome, priority will be given to those relating to philosophy and theology. To avoid overlap, initial proposals should be sent by email to Fran O’Rourke, Emeritus Professor, School of Philosophy, University College Dublin (orourke@ucd.ie).
The deadline for abstracts is 1 January, and for completed papers 1 June 2019.
Papers will be circulated in advance; summaries will be presented at the symposium: papers will be discusssed rather than read.
Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia (RPF)
 
A Escola Ibérica da Paz: Direito Natural e Dignidade Humana
 
Pedro Calafate, Álvaro Balsas (Eds.)
Volume 75, Fascículo 2, 2019

Publicação prevista para Julho de 2019.
Prazo Limite de Entrega dos Textos: 28 de Fevereiro de 2019.

As propostas poderão ser enviadas, ou pelo nosso formulário, seguindo este link:
http://www.rpf.pt/index.php?option=com_ckforms&view=ckforms&id=2&Itemid=12&lang=pt
Ou, diretamente, através do envio do texto, em anexo, para o seguinte endereço de e-mail:
rpf.aletheia@gmail.com
9th International Medieval Meeting Lleida
 
25th - 28th June 2019
 
http://www.internationalmedievalmeetinglleida.udl.cat/en/

Enrolment open for papers and sessions from 5th November 2018 until 24th March 2019.

Inaugural conference by Jean-Claude Schmitt (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales).
Ancient and Early Modern Stoic (Meta)physics

Utrecht, May 20-21, 2019

If you would like to present a paper, please send a 300-word abstract to the organisers by January 15th. Please copy in both organisers: Albert Joosse and Doina-Cristina Rusu (L.A.Joosse@rug.nlD.Rusu@rug.nl)
Call for Abstracts

Medieval Philosophy at the Saint Louis Annual Symposium for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (June 17-19, 2019)

 Proposed Sessions:
  1. Medieval Philosophy: Metaphysical Themes
  2. Medieval Philosophy: Ethical Themes
We welcome abstracts on any topic and any philosopher that falls within these two areas, extending into the Renaissance and late Scholasticism. Please submit abstracts of about 200 words and include a short CV. 
Deadline for abstracts: November 30, 2018 Notification date: December 15, 2018
Organizers: Susan Brower-Toland (susan.browertoland@slu.edu) and Jenny Pelletier (jenny.pelletier@kuleuven.be
 
Identity and Tradition. Thomas Aquinas and the Church  Fathers
April 4-6, 2019 - Torun, Poland
The deadline for submitting a paper is November 15, 2018. For more information:   www.biblicalthomism.umk.pl
 
Nuevas Publicaciones
Beatriz de Nazaré,

Sete maneiras de amor sagrado | Uan seuen manieren van heileger minnen

tradução Arie Pos, Estudos introdutórios Joana Serrado – Arie Pos – Maria Pinho, (Coleção Imago Mundi, 18)
Edições Afrontamento, Porto 2018; 87 pp.; ISBN: 978-972-36-1655-2
The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna's Physics and Cosmology

Ed. by Dag Nikolaus Hasse and Amos Bertolacci
 
De Gruyter, 2018
 
https://www.degruyter.com/view/product/429422
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