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Soul & Mind (February 14-17, 2007)

Ancient and Medieval Perspectives on the De anima

The De Wulf-Mansion Centre

February 14-17, 2007

Soul & Mind

Ancient and Medieval Perspectives on the De anima

PROGRAMME

Wednesday, February 14, 2007 (Louvain-la-Neuve)

14:00-14:30 opening reception

14:30-18:30 Welcome: The De Wulf-Mansion Centre: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

Prof. Bernard Coulie, Rector Universit Catholique de Louvain

Jacqueline Hamesse, Carlos Steel

Jean-Michel Counet

I. Aristotle and the De anima

(Moderator: Pierre Destr e – Université Catholique de Louvain)

Enrico Berti (Universit di Padova): “De anima III 10: la cause du mouvement dans les tres vivants”

Ron Polansky / Patrick MacFarlane (Duquesne University): “God, the Divine, and Nous in relation to the De anima”

Coffee

II. Aristotle and the De anima

(Moderator: Jan Opsomer – Universitat zu Z ln)

Annick Stevens (Universit de Lige): “L’apparition de la conscience dans le De Anima et les Parva Naturalia”

Jennifer Whiting (University of Toronto): “Self and Self-Consciousness in Aristotle”

Joel Yurdin (University of California, Berkeley): “Aristotle on Imagination in Behavior and in Thought”

Dinner

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The De Wulf-Mansion CenTre

February 14-17, 2007

Soul & Mind

Ancient and Medieval Perspectives on the De anima

PROGRAMME

Thursday, February 15, 2007 (Leuven)

9:30-12:30 Welcome: Gerd Van Riel

III. Aristotle and the De anima

(Moderator: Christof Rapp – Humboldt-Universitat Berlin)

Victor caston (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)

“Aristotle on Perceptual Content”

nathanael stein (University of Oxford)

“After Literalism and Spiritualism: The Plasticity of Aristotelian Perception”

Coffee

iV. Aristotle and the De anima

(Moderator: Pierre-Marie Morel – Universit de Paris I/Panth on-Sorbonne)

Jean-louis labarri re (CNRS/Maison Fran aise d’Oxford)

“Jamais l’ me ne pense sans phantasme”

Marco Zingano (University of Sao Paolo, Brazil)

“Consid rations sur les arguments de De Anima III 4″

Lunch

14:00-17:00 V. The De anima in Antiquity

(Moderator: Christoph Horn – Universitat Bonn)

Klaus Corcilius (Humboldt Universitat Berlin)

“How Are Episodes of Thought Initiated according to Aristotle”

Robert Sharples (University College London)

“The Hellenistic Period: What Happened to Hylomorphism?”

Coffee

Frans de haas (Leiden University)

“Modes of Consciousness in Late Antiquity”

18:00-19:30 Evening Lecture:

David Sedley (Christ’s College, University of Cambridge)

“Platonic Immortality”

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Friday, February 16, 2007 (Leuven)

Welcome: Gerd Van Riel

9:30-12:30 Vi. The Medieval Reception

(Moderator: Stephen F. Brown – Boston College)

Richard C. Taylor (Marquette University)

“Averroes’ Critical Encounter with Themistius in Interpreting Aristotle’s De Anima”

Pasquale Porro (Università degli Studi di Bari)

“The (Im)passibility of the Soul: Theological Paradoxes at the End of the Thirteenth Century”

Coffee

Martin Pickav (University of Toronto)

“Aristotle’s Theory of Animal Motion and its Reception in Medieval Debates over the Nature of the Soul’s Appetitive Powers”

Lunch

14:00-18:00 Vii. The Medieval Reception

(Moderator: Kent Emery, Jr. – University of Notre Dame)

bernd goehring (University of Notre Dame)

“Henry of Ghent’s Use of Aristotle’s De anima in Developing his Theory of

Cognition: The Case of Quodlibet IV”

Tobias Hoffmann (Catholic University of America)

“Univocity of the Concept of Being in Scotus’s Quaestiones De anima”

Coffee

Viii. The Medieval Reception

(Moderator: Andreas Speer – Universit t zu K ln)

Wouter goris (Free University of Amsterdam)

“The First Object of the Intellect in Later Medieval De anima Commentaries:

The Case of Thomas Aquinas and John Duns Scotus”

Julie Casteigt (Universit de Toulouse II-Le Mirail)

“Le De anima dans l’Expositio sancti Evangelii secundum Iohannem de Ma tre

Eckhart: une r volution aristot licienne dans la no tique eckhartienne?”

Sander de Boer (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen)

“Methodological Considerations in the Later Medieval Scientia de anima”

19:00 Conference Dinner – Faculty Club, Leuven

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Saturday, February 17, 2007 (Louvain-la-Neuve)

Welcome: Jean-Michel Counet

9:30-13:00 iX. The De anima in the Later Middle Ages

(Moderator: Jean-Luc Sol re – Boston College)

Jan A. Aertsen (Universitat zu Koln)

“The Human Intellect: ‘All Things’ or ‘Nothing’?

Medieval Readings of De anima”

doMiniK perler (Humboldt-Universit t Berlin)

“How Many Souls Do I Have? Late Aristotelian Debates on the Plurality of Faculties”

Coffee

X. The De anima in the Later Middle Ages

(Moderator: Russell L. Friedman – Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)

Paul J.J.M. Bakker (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen)

“Soul, Mind, and Body in Late Medieval Italian De anima Commentaries” christopher shields (University of Oxford)

“The Unity of Soul in Suarez”

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