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History of Philosophy from Ancient to Modern Age


Thematics of research / Seminar / Members // 2018 – 2022


  • 1 Logic & demonstration 2018–2022
    Logic was considered in the Aristotelian tradition as an instrumental discipline ; It was nonetheless an area of learning in its own right. The work of this sub-axis aims to study this discipline in this double aspect and taking into account the specific developments that it experienced in the Greek, Arabic, Hebraic and medieval Latin traditions. Concerning logic as a domain, the following objects of study are favored : the evolution of the syllogistic, the re-elaboration of the topology in its heuristic role, the integration of rhetoric as part of the Aristotelian Organon and the dominant position accorded To the theory of demonstration. […]
  • 2 Metaphysics & science 2018–2022
    Under this title, it is a matter of confronting the diversity of the first philosophies of antiquity in their relation to science. Whether one considers metaphysics as a science (Aristotelian tradition) or asserts the superiority of the dialectic over any form of positive knowledge (Platonic tradition), we can not independently consider each other’s metaphysics and science .
    The seminaries devoted to Alexandre d’Aphrodise and Proclus, works related to the commented translation of the Metaphysics of Aristotle, as well as those devoted to the reading of Alexander by Averroes. […]
  • 3 Philosophy of Mind and Moral Psychology 2018–2022
    The "Philosophy of the Mind and Moral Psychology" theme (which merges the previous themes "Ethics and Politics" and "Psychology and Philosophy of the Mind"), brings together research that is at the crossroads, on the one hand, with the philosophy of the mind and psychology and, on the other hand, practical philosophy (ethics and politics). The horizon of the history of the ancient, medieval and Arab sciences makes it possible, in fact, to better understand why and in what sense the practical philosophy is inseparable from the psychological theories of motivation and action […]


Seminars

Seminars of the thematics

  • Weekly seminar of translation of Seconds Analytics of Aristotle, organized by PhD Students of GRAMATA (under the direction of P.-M. Morel), 2017- ...
  • • Striving for Coherence : Readings in Averroes’ Incoherence of the Incoherence, organized by J.-B. Brenet (GRAMATA-SPHERE) et D. Wirmer (Thomas Institut-Université de Cologne), 2014–…
  • L’intentionnel et le reel, organized by V. Decaix (GRAMATA-SPHERE) & J. Benoist (University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne-ISJPS-PhiCo-EXeCO)



Members / Thematics of research

In Charge
CERAMI Cristina
MOREL Pierre-Marie
Researchers
BRENET Jean-Baptiste
LAVAUD Laurent
PELLEGRIN Pierre
RABOUIN David
ROMMEVAUX Sabine
PhDs Students - Post-Docs
AVCAN Asli
ARLI Merve
CASSAN Melania
CHAPUIS Maxime
DESJARDINS Pierre-Luc
EYCHENIE Matthieu
FARINA Flavia
GAUTIER Timothée
HERY Manon
JOUANNEAU Anne-Sophie
LAABIDIE-FERRIE Sophie
LI Yuyao
PERALTA Alexandra
ROGASCH Miriam
THOUANI Christian
WEYER Laurence
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