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
Denis Robichaud, "Cardinal Bessarion on the Corpus Dionysiacum and the Platonists"
Nicolas Zaks, "Aristotle's criticism of the method of division"
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
Kirsten Anderson, "The Positivity of Evil in Gregory of Nyssa"
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"
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