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Philosophical Psychology in Late-Medieval Commentaries on Peter Lombard’s Sentences

vendredi 4 septembre 2009, par Benoît Kanabus

XVIth SIEPM Annual Colloquium

Philosophical Psychology in Late-Medieval Commentaries on Peter Lombard’s Sentences

Nijmegen, October 28–30, 2009

Radboud University
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28

9.00 Arrival

9.15 Welcome & Introduction

Monica B. Calma, Russell L. Friedman & Paul J.J.M. Bakker

Session 1

9.45–10.30 Philipp Rosemann (University of Dallas), Late-Medieval Commentaries on Peter Lombard’s Sentences : Questions of Literary Genre and Philosophico-Theological Approach.

10.30–11.00 Break

11.00–11.45 Claire Angotti (CNRS, Paris), Les commentaires des Sentences dans les bibliothèques parisiennes (mi XIVe – fin XIVe siècle).

11.45–12.30 William J. Courtenay (University of Wisconsin, Madison), James of Eltville O.Cist., his Fellow sententiarii in 1369–70, and his Influence on his Contemporaries.

12.30–13.30 Lunch

Session 2

13.30– 14.15 Chris Schabel (University of Cyprus), Henry Totting of Oyta, Henry of Langenstein, and the Vienna Group on Reconciling Human Free Will with Divine Foreknowledge and Predestination

14.15–15.00 Severin V. Kitanov (Salem State College, MA), Is There Freedom in Heaven ? Peter of Candia’s Treatment of the Necessity of Beatific Enjoyment

15.00–15.30 Break

15.30–16.15 Plenary discussion

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29

Session 3

9.00–9.45 Amos Corbini (Università di Torino), Une ‘table ronde’ de théologiens à Paris autour de 1350 ? Le cas de Petrus de Ceffona, O.Cist. et de Hugolinus de Urbe Veteri, OESA sur la possibilité de la connaissance évidente

9.45–10.30 Monica B. Calma (Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris), Erreur et Evidence selon Jacques d’Eltville et Jean Régis

10.30–11.00 Break

11.00–11.45 Aurélien Robert (CNRS – Centre d’Etudes Supérieures de la Renaissance, Tours), Knowing Substances and Knowing God. The Evolution of a Model in Late Medieval Commentaries on the Sentences

11.45–12.30 Wouter Goris (VU, Amsterdam), Theories on the primum cognitum in Late Fourteenth-Century Commentaries on the Sentences

12.30–13.30 Lunch

Session 4

13.30–14.15 Stephen Brown (Boston College), Peter of Candia on Intuitive and Abstractive Cognition

14.15–15.00 Jeffrey C. Witt (Boston College), Peter of Plaout, the Order of Doctrine, and Intuitive and Abstractive Cognition

15.00–15.30 Break

15.30–16.15 John T. Slotemaker (Boston College), Peter d’Ailly’s Understanding of the Imago Trinitatis. The Sources of His Trinitarian Theology

16.15–17.00 Plenary discussion

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30

Session 5

9.00– 9.45 Sander W. De Boer (Radboud University, Nijmegen), Marsilius of Inghen on the Soul–Body Relation in his Commentary on the Sentences

9.45–10.30 Maarten Hoenen (Albert Ludwigs Universität Freiburg), Medieval Theories of the Soul : Heymericus de Campo reads Peter Lombard

10.30–11.00 Break

11.00 – 11.45 Kent Emery, Jr. (University of Notre Dame, IN), Denys the Carthusian’s Sentential Teachings on the Nature and Operations of the Soul

11.45–12.30 Thomas Jeschke (Thomas-Institut, University of Cologne), Unum antiquum problema : Denys the Carthusian and John Capreolus on the question whether the soul’s essence is distinct from its potencies

12.30–13.30 Lunch

Session 6

13.30–14.15 William Duba & Olivier Ribordy, The Human Soul : Definitions and Differentiae in Late-Medieval Sentences Commentaries

14.15–15.00 Vesa Hirvonen (University of Helsinki), Gabriel Biel on Mental Disorders in his Commentaries on the Sentences

15.00–15.30 Break

15.30–17.00 Plenary discussion & conclusion

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