13-14 juin 2024 – Colloque international – “Medieval and Renaissance Sciences in Context: Challenges to Aristotelian Methods”

Colloque international

Medieval and Renaissance Sciences in Context: Challenges to Aristotelian Methods

org. Ana María Mora Márquez & Aurélien Robert

SPHere (CNRS), Univ. Paris-Cité, Univ. Paris 1-Panthéon-Sorbonne, Univ. of Gothenburg, Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation

13-14 juin 2024 – Université Paris-Cité – Bâtiment Olympe de Gouges – Place Paul Ricoeur Paris 75013

Jeudi 13 juin – salle 127

Session 1 – Chair : Pierre-Marie Morel (Univ. Paris1-Panthéon-Sorbonne, SPHere)

9h – Welcoming participants

9h15-10h – Cristina Cerami (CNRS, SPHere) : Averroes and Galen on biological luxury

10h30-11h15 – Seyed Mousavian (Loyola University of Chicago) : Avicenna, Meaning, and Causation

11h15-12h – Sylvain Roudaut (KULeuven) : From the ‘ilm al-athqāl to the scientia de ponderibus: The challenge of intergrating statistics in the ‘Aristotelian tradition’

Session 2 – Chair : Chair Silvia Di Donato (SPHere, CNRS)

14h-14h45 – Charles Manekin (University of Maryland) : When an Aristotelian Deviates from Aristotle: Levi Gersonides on Modality, Timeless Truth, and Evidence

15h15-16h – Yehuda Halper (Bar-Ilan University) : Science in Alphabetical Order ? Samuel Ibn Tibbon’s Explanation in Foreign Terms, Al-Farabi’s Ihsā al-‘ulūm, and the Importance of Astronomy in 13th c. Aristotelian Science

16h-16h45 – Dominic Dold (University of Notre-Dame) : Albert the Great on Definitions in Demonstrations

Vendredi 14 juin – salle 105

Session 3 – Chair : Chair Christophe Grellard (EPHE)

10h-10h45 – Vicenzo de Risi (CNRS, SPHere) : The Ground of Axioms: Principles of Demonstration in the Thirteenth Century

11h15-12h – Nicola Polloni (Università degli studi di Messina) : Epistemic Trust, Testimony, and Bogus Evidence: The Strange Case of Roger Bacon

Session 4 – Chair : Sophie Serra (Univ. of Gothenburg, SPHere)

14h-14h45 – Yael Kedar (Tel Hai College) : Roger Bacon’s Mathematical Epistemology: the ‘geometrical arguments’ against the unity of matter

15h15-16h – H Darrel Rutkin (CAS-e, FAU, Erlangen-Nuremberg) : Giovanni Pico della Mirandola’s (1463-94) Turn to Aristotle: Reforming Celestial Influences and the Rejection of Astrology

16h-16h45 – Craig Martin (Università Ca Foscari – Venezia) : Experience and Habitus in Giambattista Da Monte’s Commentary on the Hippocratic Epidemics I

Voir le programme en pdf (avec plan d'accès)

 

 

 


OpenEdition vous propose de citer ce billet de la manière suivante :
parimed (24 mai 2024). 13-14 juin 2024 – Colloque international – “Medieval and Renaissance Sciences in Context: Challenges to Aristotelian Methods” Pariscope médiéval. Consulté le 15 juillet 2024 à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/11ptc