Conferences and Colloquia

Notre Dame-KU Leuven International Collaborative Workshop in Ancient, Medieval, and Renaissance Philosophy, September 20-21, 2019

Co-sponsored by the Notre Dame Medieval Institute, the Workshop on Ancient Philosophy, and the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts

Innovation Park. Board Room & Abdo Markethouse Patio


DAY ONE

9:45-11:45
Session 1
Denis Robichaud, "Cardinal Bessarion on the Corpus Dionysiacum and the Platonists"

Nicolas Zaks, "Aristotle's criticism of the method of division"

1:15-3:15
Session 2
Gerd Van Riel, "A strategic contradiction in Proclus In Timaeum"

Wiebke-Marie Stock, "Demonology as philosophy of mind in later Neoplatonism"

4:00-5:30: Reception hosted by ND International

DAY TWO

10:45-11:45
Session 3: 

Kirsten Anderson, "The Positivity of Evil in Gregory of Nyssa"


1:15-3:15:
Session 4:
Daniel Contreras, "Bonaventure and Aquinas on the (proper) object of the intellect"

Chi Fo Kim, "Giles of Rome (d. 1316) on existence and essence as Duae Res"


COFFEE/TEA BREAK

3:30-5:30
Session 5:
Philip-Neri Rees O.P., "Albert the Great and the Latin Averroes on the demonstrative structure of metaphysics"

Serena Masolini, "The authority to kill without authorization: Discussions on tyrannicide at the Council of Constance"

 

Collaborative Workshops with Tel Aviv University, Israel, Interpretive Cultures in Late Antiquity: Hellenistic, Roman, Jewish and Christian Perspectives (II), January 13-15, 2020, made possible by the Schlindwein Family Tel Aviv University-Notre Dame Research Collaboration Awards

More information forthcoming