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konference: Aristotle and his Legacy

Říjen 11 @ 13:00 - Říjen 13 @ 12:30

Aristotle and his Legacy
Olomouc, Czech Republic, 11–13 October 2018
The international conference organized by The Department of Philosophy, Palacký University Olomouc
and the Czech Society for the Study of Aristotle in collaboration with Centro Interuniversitario per la Storia della Tradizione Aristotelica
Thursday, October 11
Corpus Christi Chapel, Palacký University Art Centre, Univerzitní 3
13:15–14:15 ARISTOTLE ON ETHICS
(CHAIR: P. HOBZA)
KRYŠTOF BOHÁČEK
(Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague)
Aristotle on Socrates. The importance of Aristotle’s testimony for the interpretation of early
Plato’s dialogues
MACIEJ SMOLAK
(Jagellonian University Krakow)
Etymology and understanding of προαίρεσις in Aristotle
14:30–15:30 ARISTOTLE ON POLITICS
(CHAIR: K. BOHÁČEK)
ATTILA SIMON
(Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)
Man and Other Political Animals in Aristotle
APOSTOLOS STAVELAS
(Academy of Athens)
Dissecting Violence in Aristotle’s Works
15:45–16:45 ARISTOTLE’S METHODOLOGY
(CHAIR: G. KARAMANOLIS)
PAVOL LABUDA
(Catholic University in Ruzomberok)
Aristotle’s Theory of Language in the Light of Phys. I,1 (184a10-b14)
PAVEL HOBZA
(Palacky University Olomouc)
Epagogé and Perception
17:00–18:00 ARISTOTLE ON NATURAL PHILOSOPHY
(CHAIR: K. IERODIAKONOU)
RADIM KOČANDRLE
(University of West Bohemia, Pilsen)
Aristotle and the Issue of Stability of the Earth in Presocratic Cosmologies
ISTVÁN BODNÁR
(Eötvös Loránd University – Central European University, Budapest)
Representations of motions, representations of parts
Friday, October 12
Corpus Christi Chapel, Palacký University Art Centre, Univerzitní 3
9:30–10:30 ARISTOTLE AND HIS COMMENTATORS
(CHAIR: I. BODNÁR)
KATERINA IERODIAKONOU
(Université de Genève and University of Athens)
Aristotle and his commentators on the individuation and hierarchy of the senses
GEORGE KARAMANOLIS
(Universität Wien)
Porphyry on the soul-entelecheia of the body
11:00–12:30 ARISTOTLE IN THE MIDDLE AGES AND THE RENAISSANCE
(CHAIR: D. LINES)
MICHAEL ENGEL
(Universität Hamburg)
Logic and Epistemology in Averroes’ Paraphrase of Aristotle’s De anima
BARBARA BARTOCCI
(University of St. Andrews)
Aristotle’s Topics in the Middle Ages and Renaissance: Albert the Great, John Duns Scotus,
Walter Burley and Agostino Nifo
RICCARDO POZZO
(Università di Verona)
The Legacy of the Topica during the Renaissance: The Case of Cornelius Martini
14:30–15:30 ARISTOTLE IN THE RENAISSANCE I
(CHAIR: H. KUHN)
DANILO FACCA
(Polish Academy of Science, Warsaw)
How to reconcile Scholastic Tradition and Renaissance Aristotelianism: Ernest Soner (1572-
1612) Commentary on the Metaphysics
DAVID LINES
(University of Warwick)
Girolamo Manfredi’s interpretation of the Problemata
16:00–17:00 ARISTOTLE IN THE RENAISSANCE II
(CHAIR: R. POZZO)
VALENTINA LEPRI
(Polish Academy of Science, Warsaw)
Circumscribing Aristotelian ethics at the Akadamia Zamojska: some remarks on the appetitive virtues in the late Renaissance universities
FRANCO BIASUTTI
(Università degli studi di Padova)
Aristotle and Alexander the Great in Italian Renaissance: Bernardo Segni and Francesco Patrizi
19:30 CONFERENCE DINNER
Saturday, October 13
Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Arts, Křížkovského
9:30–11:00 ARISTOTLE IN EARLY MODERN PHILOSOPHY
(CHAIR: D. FACCA)
HEINRICH KUHN
(Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
Aristotle’s monsters in the 16th and 17th centuries
ROMANA BASSI
(Università degli studi di Padova)
Notes about Francis Bacon as reader of the Nicomachean Ethics
TOMÁŠ NEJESCHLEBA
(Palacký University Olomouc)
Aristotle as an Atheist. Valeriano Magni ́s De atheismo Aristotelis
11:30–12:30 ARISTOTLE IN CONTEMPORARY ETHICS
(CHAIR: F. TVRDÝ)
MARTIN CAJTHAML
(Palacký University Olomouc)
MacIntyre on grounding moral norms?
JAN BRÁZDIL
(Masaryk University Brno)
Key Aspects of Moral Character in the Situationist Challenge
The conference is co-organized by the Centre for Renaissance Texts of the Department of Philosophy, Palacký University Olomouc, withing the project funded by the Czech Science Foundation as the project GA ČR 14-37038G “Between Renaissance and Baroque: Philosophy and Knowledge in the Czech Lands within the Wider European Context”.
Contact: pavel.hobza@upol.cz and tomas.nejeschleba@upol.cz

Podrobnosti

Zahájení:
Říjen 11 @ 13:00
Ukončení:
Říjen 13 @ 12:30

Místo konání

Corpus Christi Chapel, Palacký University Art Centre, Univerzitní 3