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Science and Philosophy from Ancient to Modern Age

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SCHEDULE 2021-2022
September 24
Univ. de Paris
New research on intentionality in the Middle Ages (2) V. Decaix
October 21-22
Univ. Paris 1
The ontological status od colours in Ancient, Arabic and Latin philosophy V. Decaix, K. Ierodiakonou,
with the support of the Institut Universitaire de France
December 9
Univ. de Paris
The term ma’nâ (intention) in the Arabic tradition,
between kalâm, falsafa and grammar
(2)
M. Rogasch, L. Tardy

Complete program under elaboration

Friday September 24

intentio
New research on intentionality in the Middle Ages (II)

University of Paris,
Room 646A-Mondrian, Building Condorcet, 4 rue Elsa Morante, 75013 Paris


Organisation:
V. Decaix (University Paris 1, Gramata, UMR 7219),

with the support of the Institut Universitaire de France


The aim of this workshop is to give a panorama of new and on-going research on the concepts of “intention” and “intentionality” in medieval philosophy.
Influenced by the Brentanian Tradition (and later by Phenomenology), medievalists have mainly focused on the noetic dimension of “intentional acts”, sustained by a reading of the commentaries of De anima, thereby giving a slightly too unilateral perspective on the concept of “Intentionality”.
By replacing the concept of intentio in the various contexts in which it emerges (ethics, politics, grammar, logic, physics, etc.) and by exploring diverse sources (juridical, theological, etc.), our purpose will be to get a broader, maybe less univocal, understanding of the medieval concept of intentionality, better mirroring the richness and complexity of its diverse uses during the Middle Ages.
In accordance with the MESRI circular dated August 5 relating to the health measures applicable to the start of the 2021 academic year, you will be asked to present the "passe sanitaire" to attend this event.

For any information, please contact: Veronique.Decaix@univ-paris1.fr


Morning

Chair: Véronique Decaix (CNRS, CHSPAM, SPHere, UMR 7219)

  • 10am-10:15pm
    Welcoming words
  • 10:15am-11:15am
    Elena BALTUTA (Humboldt-Universität Berlin)
    From Physical to Cognitive: Types of Intentionality in the Middle Ages


Afternoon

Chair: Filipe SILVA (University of Helsinki)

  • 2pm-3pm
    Martin KLEIN (Universität Wüzburg)
    Actus vitalis and Erlebnis: Pre-reflexive self-awareness in the late middle ages
  • 3pm-4pm
    Charles EHRET (University Paris 1)
    Presentation of his book : Agir en vertu d’un autre. Thomas d’Aquin et l’ontologie de l’instrument, Paris, Vrin, 2021
  • 4pm-4:30pm
    Break
  • 4:30pm-5:30pm
    Anna TROPIA (Charles University Prague)
    On the side of Duns Scotus. How to conceive of assimilation?
  • 5:30pm-5:45pm
    Closing remarks




Thursday & Friday October 21 et 22, 2021
Université Paris 1

The ontological status od colours in Ancient, Arabic and Latin philosophy


Organisation :

V. Decaix (Université Paris 1, Gramata, UMR 7219),
K. Ierodiakonou (Université de Genève, AMPHI/ University of Athens),

with the support of the Institut Universitaire de France


Thursday October 21

Room 216, Centre Panthéon, 12 place du Panthéon, 75005 Paris


Chair: Véronique DECAIX (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, GRAMATA, IUF)

  • 2pm
    Introduction-Welcome
  • 2:15pm-3:15pm
    Attila NÉMETH (Research Center for the Humanities, Budapest. Institute of Philosophy)
    Democritus on Colours and Colour Perception
  • 4:15pm-4:30pm Break
  • 4:30pm-5:30pm
    Victor CASTON (University of Michigan)
    Aristotle on the Appearance of Color and Other Perceptible Qualities


Friday October 22
Morning: Room 6, Centre Panthéon

Chair: Cristina CERAMI (CNRS UMR SPHERE 7219, Centre CHSPAM)

  • 10:30am-11:30am
    Jean-Baptiste BRENET (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)
    Lumière et couleur chez Averroès : entre Alexandre d’Aphrodise et Ibn Bâjja
  • 11:30am-11:45am
  • 11:45am-12:45am
    Cecila PANTI (Università di Roma “Tor Vegata”)
    Color est lux incorporata perspicuo: physics of light and the nature of colour from Robert Grosseteste to the Liber de sensu et sensato attributed to Roger Bacon
  • 1pm-2:30pm LunchBreak


Afternoon: Room 216, Centre Panthéon


Chair: Aurélien ROBERT (CNRS, UMR SPHERE 7219, centre CHSPAM)

  • 2:30pm-3:30pm
    Yael KEDAR (Tel-Hai College, Israel)
    Real and Apparent Colors: The multiplication of species interpretation
  • 3:30pm-4:30pm
    Tawrin BAKER (University of Notre-Dame-Online)
    Colors in bodies, in the intermedium, and in the eye in the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries
  • 4:30pm-4:45pm Break
  • 4:45pm-5:45pm
    Mattia MANTOVANI (KU-Leuven)
    Mechanical Colours. Descartes and the Late Scholastics
  • 4:45pm-6pm
    Mots de conclusion.

In accordance with the MESRI circular dated August 5 relating to the health measures applicable to the start of the 2021 academic year, you will be asked to present the "passe sanitaire" to attend this event.

The Study Day will happen in presential and online.

Inscription is required via the ’evento’ link. The Zoom link will be also be communicated this way.

For presential : https://evento.univ-paris1.fr/survey/journees-detudes-le-...-qsk72cs9

Zoom : https://evento.univ-paris1.fr/survey/journees-detudes-le-...-3b27o4h2

For any information, please contact: Veronique.Decaix@univ-paris1.fr





Thursday December 9 2021

The term ma’nâ (intention) in the Arabic tradition – between kalâm, falsafa and grammar

Second part


Organisation:

Miriam Rogasch & Lucie Tardy
(Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, GRAMATA)


Université de Paris

Room Valentin, 454A, Building Condorcet,
4, rue Elsa Morante, 75013 Paris


The concept of ma’nā conventionally translated by the term “intention”) is of central importance in Arabic grammar, the kalām and falsafa. Despite its centrality, the complexity of its usage and its meaning has only been partially investigated and the history of the term still remains to be written. The plurality of traditions and sources in which the concept of ma’nā appears only adds to the challenge that one is confronted with when trying to determine what meaning this term conveys. To provide an example, in the tradition of falsafa alone, the concept of ma’nā appears in contexts as diverse as metaphysics, logic, psychology, noetics, and the theory of action.

Given the richness and importance of the concept of ma’nā, the aim of this workshop is twofold: firstly, our objective is to elucidate the meaning of the term in specific contexts in which this concept is central. Secondly, by bringing together specialists from different fields, we hope to further the interdisciplinary exchange on the subject, thereby laying the foundation for a more encompassing history of the concept of ma’nā.
The Study Days will be in two parts, the first was on May 6 2021.

Please send an email to to register for the event to lucie.tardy@univ-paris1.fr until December 1st 2021 with keyword "JE 9-1é-21" as subject

  • 9:15am - 9:30am Presentation

Session I, Chair Ziad BOU AKL (CNRS, ENS)

  • 9:30am - 10:30am
    Silvia di VINCENZO (IMT Lucca)
    Du lafẓ au maʿnā : la logique avicennienne au carrefour de la psychologie et de la métaphysique
  • 10:30am - 11:30am
    Miriam ROGASCH (Université Paris 1)
    Le maʿnā dans la métaphysique d’Avicenne
  • 11:30am - 11:45 Break


Session 2, Chair: G. AYOUB (Inalco)

  • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
    Julien SIBILEAU (Inalco Paris)
    Quelques éclaircissements sur les maʿniyyāt al-maʿānī dans les Ḫaṣāʾiṣ d’Ibn Ǧinnī (m. 392/1002)
  • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
    Hachem FODA (Inalco Paris)
    La question du ma‘nā dans la poésie arabe médiévale à la lumière du plagiat (sariqa)
  • 4:30pm - 4:45pm Break
  • 4:45pm - 5:45pm
    Robert GLEAVE (University of Exeter)
    The maʿnā/murād distinction in Shī’ī ușūl al-fiqh
  • 5:45pm - 6:15pm
    Final discussion









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