The Origins of Gnosticism / Le origini dello gnosticismo

Bianchi (Ed.), Leiden: Brill, 1967

Description

Colloquium of Messina, 13–18 April 1966. Texts and Discussions. Published with the Help of the Consiglo Nazionale delle Ricerche della Repubblica Italiana. 

(Text from the publisher)

Table of contents

Preliminary Material, p. I–XXXII

Le problème des origines du gnosticisme, p. 1–27

Les origines du gnosticisme et l’histoire des religions, p. 28–60

Der Stand der Veröffentlichung der Nag Hammadi-Texte, p. 61–89

Delimitation of the gnostic phenomenon—typological and historical, p. 90–108

Der jüdische und judenchristliche Hintergrund in gnostischen Texten von Nag Hammadi, p. 109–140

Les êtres intermédiaires dans le judaïsme tardif, p. 141–157

Bemerkungen zu den Methoden der Ursprungsbestimmung von Gnosis, p. 159–173

Towards a definition of Gnosticism, p. 174–180

Zur Definition der Gnosis in Rücksicht auf die Frage nach ihrem Ursprung, p. 181–189

Die „ersten Gnostiker” Simon und Menander, p. 190–196

Die Apophasis Megale, eine Grundschrift der Gnosis?, p. 197–202

Die Person der Sophia in der vierten Schrift des Codex Jung, p. 203–214

La théologie de l’histoire dans la gnose valentinienne, p. 215–226

The Egyptian Background of Gnosticism, p. 227–237

Gnosis und ägyptische Religion, p. 238–247

Letture iraniche per l’origine e la definizione tipologica di gnosi, p. 249–264

Erlösendes Wissen, p. 265–280

La gnosi iranica, p. 281–290

Ist die Gnosis in aramäischen Weisheitsschulen entstanden?, p. 291–301

Zum Problem: Mesopotamien (Babylonien) und Gnostizismus, p. 302–306

Bardaiṣan, die Bardaiṣaniten und die Ursprünge des Gnostizismus, p. 307–314

Religion, Philosophie und Gnosis: Grenzfälle und Pseudomorphosen in der Spätantike, p. 315–322

Éléments d’une mythopée gnostique dans la Grèce classique, p. 323–339

Dieu Cosmique et Dualisme, p. 340–356

Éléments gnostiques chez Philon, p. 357–376

Qumran and gnosticism, p. 377–388

The nature of gnosticism in Qumran, p. 389–400

Essénisme et gnose chez le Pseudo-Philon, p. 401–410

Considerazioni sulle origini dello gnosticismo in relazione al giudaismo, p. 411–426

Die „Himmelsreise der Seele” Ausserhalb und Innerhalb der Gnosis, p. 427–447

Le mauvais gouvernement du monde d’après le gnosticisme, p. 448–459

Le mythe des sept archontes créateurs peut-il s’expliquer à partir du christianisme?, p. 460–487

Le thème de la fornication des anges, p. 488–495

Sleep and awakening in gnostic texts, p. 496–507

Gnosis, Gnosticism and the New Testament, p. 509–527

Judenchristentum und Gnosis, p. 528–537

Saint Paul et le gnosticisme, p. 538–551

Gnostic and canonical gospel traditions, p. 552–562

Urchristliches Kerygma und „gnostische” Interpretation in einigen Sprüchen des Thomasevangeliums, p. 563–574

Early Syriac Christianity – gnostic?, p. 575–579

Probleme einer Entwicklungsgeschichte der mandäischen Religion, p. 581–596

Il salterio manicheo e la gnosi giudaico-cristiana, p. 597–603

Mani’s conception of gnosis, p. 604–613

La gnose dans les textes liturgiques manichéens coptes, p. 614–624

Makarius und das Lied von der Perle, p. 625–644

Sur le gnosticisme en Arménie: les livres d’Adam, p. 645–648

Buddhism and Gnosis, p. 649–667

Some notes on a sociological approach to Gnosticism, p. 668–675

Elemente gnostischer Religiosität in altamerikanischen Religionen, p. 676–687

Link

https://brill.com/view/title/1373?contents=toc-50344

Foro di Studi Avanzati Gaetano Massa 2022

FSA Roma Annual Conference 2022

Philosophy, Theology, Aestetics, Religion from Antiquity to the Renaissance

Description and organization

7th annual conference of the Foro di Studi Avanzati Gaetano Massa 2022: Renaissance, Ancient, Medieval and Modern Patterns. Philosophy, Theology, Aestetics, Religion from Antiquity to the Renaissance. From 27th to 31st May 2022.

FSA Gateano Massa is a Network whose purpose is to provide an intellectual setting where scholars of philosophy, theology, religion and classics gather to share and compare their perspectives on the meaning and significance of their collective research

Programme

May 27 Friday: Foro di Alti Studi Gaetano Massa

16h00 Introduction

16h30 Presentation of FSA Academic Fellows

16h50 Presentation of FSA Arts Fellows

17h – 19h Light and Vision in Marsilio Ficino

19h Discussioon

May 28 Saturday: Foro di Alti Studi Riccardo Campa

9h – 9h45 Mapping Epistemologies I

9h45 Discussion

10h15 – 10h45 Mapping Epistemologies II

10h45 Discussion

11h – 12h30 Aesthetics of the Self

12h30 Discussion

13h Common Lunch, Casa Maria Immacolata

15h – 16h45 Aesthetics of the Self

16h45 Discussion

17h15 – 19h30 Mapping Mind

19h30 Discussion

May 29 Saturday: Foro di Alti Studi Patrick Atherton

9h – 9h45 Nous in the Greek Patres

9h45 Discussion

10h – 11h Plotinus’ Role in Shaping Augustine’s Conception of Mind

11h Discussion

11h30 – 12h30 Later Platonism and Gnosticism

12h30 Discussion

Lunch/Open

14h – 15h30 Thinking Causes: Fluxus I

15h30 Discussion

16h – 17h30 Thinking Causes: Fluxus II

17h30 Discussion

21h Concerto Sala Casella, Accademia Filarmonica Romana

May 30 Monday: Foro di Alti Studi John D. Turner

9h – 10h30 Roman Religions

10h30 Discussion

11h – 12h30 Rethinking Cusanus

12h30 Discussion

Lunch/Open

14h – 15h30 Varieties of English Platonism

15h30 Discussion

16h00 – 17h30 Justice and Fictions

17h30 Discussion

May 31 Tuesday: Foro di Alti Studi Jacob Neusner

9h – 10h30 Anabaseis and Katabaseis in Jung’s Psychology

10h30 Discussion

11h – 13h30 Knowledge: Cultural and Political Myths in the 19th and 20th Centuries

13h30 Discussion

14h Business Meeting

Contact

Robert Berchman – berchmanrob@earthlink.net

Eleonora Zeper – eleonora.zeper@gmail.com

Complete programm on the FSA’s Facebook page @FSAGaetanoMassa

Link

https://fsagaetanomassa.wordpress.com/

Plato Research Guide

Description

This LibGuide is for the φιλοπλάτωνος!

The reference material on Πλάτων (Plato) is found in several locations: Religious Studies and Philosophy Library (B 351-B 399 non-circulating), Greek and Latin Reading Room (PA 3104, PA 3404-PA 3405, PA 3612, and PA 4279-PA 4333 non-circulating), and Stacks (B 355-B 399 and PA 4279-PA 4333).  Circulating material is found in the Mullen Library stacks. Check the WRLC catalog for monographs and journals that could be applicable to your topic. Check the CU’s e-journals for full text journal articles online.

(Text by the organizers)

Link

https://guides.lib.cua.edu/c.php?g=590191&p=4079207

Dead See Scrolls Digital Library

Description

The Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) is very proud to present the Leon Levy Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Library, a free online digitized virtual library of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Hundreds of manuscripts made up of thousands of fragments – discovered from 1947 and until the early 1960’s in the Judean Desert along the western shore of the Dead Sea – are now available to the public online. The high resolution images are extremely detailed and can be accessed through various search options on the site.

With the generous lead support of the Leon Levy Foundation and additional generous support of the Arcadia Fund, the Israel Antiquities Authority and Google joined forces to develop the most advanced imaging and web technologies to bring to the web hundreds of Dead Sea Scrolls images as well as specially developed supporting resources in a user-friendly platform intended for the public, students and scholars alike.

The launch of the Leon Levy Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Library comes some 11 years after the completion of the publication of the Dead Sea Scrolls, initiated and sponsored by the IAA, and 65 years after the first scrolls were unearthed in the Caves of Qumran. This digital library is another example of the IAA’s vision and mission, to make these ancient texts freely available and accessible to people around the world. The Leon Levy Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Library represents a new milestone in the annals of the story of one of the greatest manuscript finds of all times.

(Text by the organisers)

Link

https://www.deadseascrolls.org.il/about-the-project/a-note-from-the-iaa-director

University of St Andwers

Philosophy and Religion

in Ancient Greece and the Islamic World

Description and organization

The School of Classics at St Andrews is holding a one-day workshop on the interface between philosophy and religion in the ancient Greek and Islamic worlds. The workshop will be held in person (School of Classics, Room S11) and online (via MS Teams).

Organisers: Olaf Almqvist (oha1@st-andrews.ac.uk) and Alex Long (agl10@st-andrews.ac.uk).

 

Programme

9.30am Olaf Almqvist, St Andrews
‘God is day night, winter summer, war peace, golden winged, two horned, and born from an egg: Reflections on the Orphic Protogonos and Presocratic Theology’

10.30am Tom Harrison, St Andrews
‘The unknowability of the divine in classical Greek thought’

[short break]

12 noon Zhenyu Cai, Cambridge
‘Al-Fārābī, Avicenna, and Averroes on Reason and Revelation’

[lunch]

1.30pm Fedor Benevich, Edinburgh
‘Personal Identity in Islamic Philosophy of Religion’

2.30pm Feriel Bouhafa, Cambridge
‘Different Grounds for Human Moral Obligation (Taklīf) in Islamic Theology and Philosophy’

[short break]

4pm Peter Adamson, LMU
‘Do Giraffes Have an Afterlife? A Muslim Theologian-Philosopher on Animal Souls’

Contact

agl10@st-andrews.ac.uk

oha1@st-andrews.ac.uk

Link

https://events.st-andrews.ac.uk/events/philosophy-and-religion-in-ancient-greece-and-the-islamic-world/

L’Imperatore Giuliano

Realtà storica e rappresentazione

Marcone, Arnaldo. Milano: Mondadori, 2015.

Descrizione

Questo volume raccoglie quindici contributi di studiosi con competenze diverse dedicati a una riconsiderazione critica del regno dell’imperatore Giuliano, una figura decisiva per la comprensione della Tarda Antichità. A essere oggetto di studio sono il suo pensiero filosofico, le caratteristiche della sua cultura, i fondamenti intellettuali, oltre che religiosi, che sono alla base del suo tentativo di reintroduzione del paganesimo come religione di Stato romana. Si indaga inoltre il carattere della sua strategia politica e della sua ricerca di consenso. Interesse trova anche l’iconografia di Giuliano così come spazio ha lo studio della sua ricezione nella storiografia bizantina, nella letteratura siriaca e nel pensiero politico contemporaneo. Il quadro complessivo del regno di Giuliano che scaturisce dai saggi qui raccolti appare ricco di novità rispetto a quello consolidato nella storiografia recente.

(Testo degli editori)

Link

https://www.mondadorieducation.it/catalogo/limperatore-giuliano-0046366/ 

Foro di Studi Avanzati Gaetano Massa 2022

Renaissance, Ancient and Medieval Patterns

Modern and Postmodern Traces

Programme

May 27
Foro di Alti Studi <Gaetano Massa>

Auditorium

1600: Introduction: Robert M. Berchman [FSA/Roma]; Claudia D’Amico [Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARG]; Jose Maria Zamora [Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, ESP]; Michele Olzi [Universita degli Studi dell’Insubria Varese e Como, Italia].

1615: Presentation of FSA Academic Fellows: Giuseppe Muscolino [Universita degli Studi di Catania, Italia] Michele Abbate, [Universita degli Studi di Salerno, Italia];Alvaro Campillo Bo [University College Dublin, IRL], Dylan Burns [University of Amsterdam, Netherlands]; Mark Edwards [University of Oxford, UK], Giada Fiorese [Universita degli Studi dell’ Insubria, Varese e Como, Italia], Odile Gilon, [Centre de Recherche en Philosophie, Université Libre de Bruxelles, BLG], Svetla Slaveva-Griffin, [Florida State University, USA], Ryan Haecker, [University of Cambridge, UK], Christian Hengstermann [University of Muenster, BRD],Christoph Horn, [Universitaet Bonn, BRD], Anna Mamodoro, [Durham University and University of Oxford, UK], Dimitri Nikulin, [New School/NY, USA], Mark Nyvlt [Dominican University College, Ottawa, Canada], Raffaella Palmisano [Universita degli Studi dell’ Insubria Varese e Como, Italia], Daniel Regnier [St. Thomas More College, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada], Luciana Gabriela Soares Santoprete [CNRS/LEM, France]; Fabrizio Sciacca [Universita degli Studi di Catania, Italia], Daniella Taormina [Universita degli Studi di Roma ‘Tor Vergata’] Matthew Vanderkwaak [University College Dublin, IRL], Valentina Zaffino [Pontifica Universita Lateranese, Citta del Vaticano].

1645: Introduction of FSA Associate Societies: Salvatore Lavecchia [Universita degli Studi di Udine, Italia], Canadian Aristotelian Society [CAS] presented by Mark Nyvlt [Dominican University College, Ottawa, Ontario Canada]

RENAISSANCE PATTERNS

1700-1900: Light and Vision in Marsilio Ficino Moderator Douglas Hedley [University of Cambridge, UK] « Ficino on the Metaphysics of the Diaphanous » Anna Corrias [University of Toronto, Canada]
“Ficino on Vision in the Commentary on Plotinus’ Enneads » Stephen Gersh, [University of Notre Dame, USA], « Demiurgy and Light in Ficino » Denis Robichaud [University of Notre Dame, USA],

“Ficino’s De Sole and his Metaphysics of Light” Valentina Zaffino [Pontifica Universita Lateranese, Citta del Vaticano].

Cocktails

May 28
Foro di Alti Studi <Riccardo Campa>

Auditorium 2

ANCIENT, MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE PATTERNS

900-1130: Aesthetics of the Self: Moderator Paolo Bellini [Università degli Studi dell’Insubria, Varese e Como, Italia]
« Towards an Agathological Self: Aesthetics of the Self in the light of Plato and Plotinus » Salvatore Lavecchia [Universita degli Studi di Udine, Italia],

Henosis in Plotinus and Proclus: Beyond the Self (-identity) Michele Abbate [Universita degli Studi di Salerno, Italia]
« Metapsychology and Metaphysics of the Self’ John Hendrix [Roger Williams University, USA]
Kevin Corrigan [Emory University, USA]

« Selfhood Unbound: Sensus in Bernardino Telesio and Tommaso Campanella » Guido Giglioni [Universita di Macerata, Italia]

1100: Discussion

Coffee Break

1130-1300: Mathematics: Mapping Epistemologies. Moderator Svetla Slaveva-Griffin [Florida State University, USA]
“Can the Unlimited be a Fundamental Element of Reality?” Anna Marmodoro [Durham University and University of Oxford, UK]

“Arithmos and Episteme: A ‘Neopythagorean’ Epistemology of Mathematics” Robert Berchman [FSA/Roma]. “Plotinus and Frege on Numbers” Christoph Horn, [Universitaet Bonn, BRD]

« On Cardinal and Ordinal Numbers with Reference to Aristotle and Plotinus, Dmitri Nikulin [The New School for Social Research, USA]
« Number as Power and Actuality in Plotinus, Svetla Slaveva-Griffin [Florida State University, USA]
« Aspects of Mathematics in Iamblichus », Daniela Taormina [Universita degli Studi di Roma ’Tor Vergata’ Italia]

1245: Discussion

1300: Lunch: Casa Maria Immacolata

1500-1630: Cusanus. Moderator Kevin Corrigan [Emory University, USA] Claudia D’Amico [Universidad de Buenos Aires]
Victoria Arroche Universidad de Buenos Aires]
——-

1630: Discussion

1700-1900: Mapping Intellect, Intentionality and Free-Will: Valentina Zaffino, [Pontifica Universita Lateranese, Citta del Vaticano].

“Proclus on Intellect” Eric Perl [Loyola Marymount University, USA].
Jose Manuel Redondo [UNAM, Mexico]
Ezequiel Luduena [Universidad de Buenos Aires]
« Free-Will and Responsibility: Human Mind in Cudworth’s Treatises » Natalia Strok [Universidad de Buenos Aires/Universidad Nacional de La Plata/CONICET, Argentina]

1845: Discussion

May 29
Foro di Alti Studi <Patrick Atherton>

Auditorium

900-1045: Platonic Reflections in Cambridge: Moderator Denis Robichaud [University of Notre Dame, USA] Douglas Hedley [University of Cambridge, UK],
Adrian Mihai [University of Cambridge, UK],
James Bryson [University of Cambridge, UK]

1045: Discussion

1100-1300: Thinking Causes: Fluxus: Moderator Dragos Calma [University College Dublin, IRL] “Influentia: a Way of Questioning Causes in Roger Bacon’s Questiones supra Librum de causis” Odile Gilon [Centre de Recherche en Philosophie, Université Libre de Bruxelles]
“Flow and Creation in Albert the Great’s De causis et processu universitatis” Maria Evelina Malgieri [University College Dublin, IRL]
“Anima Nobilis in Albert the Great, Thomas Aquinas and Giles of Rome” Matthew Vanderkwaak [University College Dublin, IRL]
« A Renaissance Reception of Proclus’ Commentary in Euclid: Alessandro Piccolomini and the New Foundations of Mechanics » Alvaro Campillo Bos [University College Dublin, IRL]

1300: Discussion:

Lunch/Open

3

EARLY MODERN AND MEDIEVAL PATTERNS

LATER ANCIENT PATTERNS

1500-1600: Nous in the Greek Patres. Moderator Isidoros Katsos [Hebrew University and University of Cambridge, UK]
“Ethical Intelletualism in Antiquity and the Patristics: The Birth of Original Sin” Ilaria Ramelli [University of Oxford and Durham University, UK]

1545: Discussion

1600-1745: Nous in the Greek Patres: Moderator Moderator Ilaria Ramelli [University of Oxford and Durham University, UK]
“God’ s Practical Reasoning in Origen’s Commentary on Genesis and De Principiis” Isidoros Katsos [University of Cambridge, UK],

“Christ as Wisdom, Word and Truth: Divine Intellect in Origen’s Reading of the Gospel of John” Christian Hengstermann [University of Muenster, BRD].
Daniel Tolan [University of Cambridge, UK],

1730: Discussion

Coffee Break

1800-1930: Plotinus’ Role in Shaping Augustine’s Conception of Mind. Moderator Stephen Gersh [University of Notre Dame, USA].

“Mind in the Confessions of Augustine” Mark Edwards [University of Oxford, UK]

 

“Plotinus in de Trinitate” Joseph O’Leary [Sophia University and Nanzan University, JP] 1915: Discussion
2030: Banquetto
May 30

Foro di Alti Studi <John D. Turner> Auditorium

ANCIENT PATTERNS

900-1045: Roman Religions: Moderator Alan Cardew, [University of Essex, UK]
« I culti orientali a Roma in età imperiale « Luciano Albanese [Universita degli Studi di Roma, La Sapienza, Italia],
“Incontro e assimilazione (systasis) con Helios nei papiri magici. Alcune osservazioni» (Meeting, petitioning, reaching (systasis) God Helios in the Magical Papyri. Some Remarks) Giuseppe Muscolino [Universita degli Studi di Catania [Italia],
Jose Maria Zamora [Univerdidad Autonoma de Madrid, ESP],

1030: Discussion

1045-1300: The Relationship Between the Divine and the Natural World in Theurgy and Neoplatonic Religion: Moderator Luciana Gabriela Soares Santoprete [CNRS – LEM, France];
“Varieties of Mystical Experience in Plotinus” John Bussanich [University of New Mexico, USA]
“The Ecocentric nature of Divination in Theurgy and Tibetan Religious Traditions” Crystal Addey [University College Cork, Ireland] and Dawn Collins [University of Wales Trinity St. David, UK]

“Water in Iamblichus’ Theory of Divination” Andreea-Maria Lemnaru-Carrez [Paris-Sorbonne IV, France] 1245: Discussion

Lunch/Open

ANCIENT AND MODERN PATTERNS

1430-1615: Gnosticism and Other Platonisms: Moderator Mark Edwards [University of Oxford, UK]
“Plotinus ‘On Providence’ (Enn. 3.2–3 [47–48]): Another Engagement with the ‘Tripartite Tractate’ (NHC I,5)”

Dylan Burns [University of Amsterdam, Netherlands]
“Toucher Dieu : la critique antignostique de Plotin” Luciana Gabriela Soares Santoprete [CNRS-LEM, France]
Kevin Corrigan, [Emory University, USA]

1600: Discussion

1615-1730: Anabaseis and Katabaseis in Jung’s Psychology: Moderator Crystal Addey [University College Cork, IRL].
« Jung’s Untergang and Übergang” Bruce MacLennan [University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA]
“Time and the Soul” Alan Cardew, [University of Essex, UK]

1715: Discussion

Coffee Break

 

1730-1915: Musical Tropes: Moderator Stephen Gersh [University of Notre Dame, USA]

“Aristexonos” Mark Nyvlt [Dominican University College, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada]

« The Composer’s Imagination: Musical Disposition according to Al-Fârâbî » Daniel Regnier [St. Thomas More

College, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada]

“From Renaissance Conceptions of Harmony to Modern Music Pedagogy: Comenius on Music » Tomas

Nejeschleba [Palacky University, Ceska Republika]

1915: Discussion

2100-2200: Concerto/Discoteca di Stato – Palazzo Caetani/Via delle Botteghe Oscure.

Alessandro Sbordoni [Associazione Nuova Consonanza/Roma]

May 31
Auditorium
Foro di Alti Studi <Jacob Neusner>

ANCIENT, MODERN AND POSTMODERN PATTERNS

900-1030: Socratica: Sponsored by the International Society for Socratic Studies. Moderator Inbal Cohen- Taber [Technion University, Israel]
Claudia Marisco [Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina]
Menahem Luz [Unversity of Haifa, Israel]

Ivana Costa, [Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina]

1100-1230: Epicurea: Moderator Menahem Luz [University of Haifa, Israel] Pamela Gordon [University of Kansas, USA]
Inbal Cohen-Taber [Technion University, Israel]

Lunch/Open

1400-1600: Cultural and Political ‘Myths’ of Techgnosticism: Moderator Giada Fiorese [Universita degli Studi dell’ Insubria Varese e Como, Italia],
“Knowledge, Power, and Salvation in the Post-Modern Age” Paolo Bellini [Università degli Studi dell’Insubria, Varese e Como, Italia]

“Gnosis and Mysteries in F. W. J. Schelling’s Philosophy of Mythology” Fabrizio Sciacca [Università degli Studi di Catania, Italia]
“Body: Between Politics and Mythopoiesis” Raffaella Palmisano [Universita degli Studi dell’ Insubria Varese e Como, Italia].

“Pleromatic Modernities: Research notes towards a Definition of Techgnosis” Michele Olzi [Università degli Studi dell’Insubria, Varese e Como, Italia].
1600: Discussion

Coffee Break

1630: Business Meeting

Contact

Robert Berchman – berchmanrob@earthlink.net

Eleonora Zeper – eleonora.zeper@gmail.com

Link

https://fsagaetanomassa.wordpress.com/

CNRS – LEM, Université de Vienne, Université Laval et Université d’Amsterdam

Le Traité 10 de Plotin et les Gnostiques

Description et organisation

Troixième rencontre du nouveau Webinaire « Les platonismes de l’Antiquité tardive: interactions philosophiques et religieuses (Platonisms of Late Antiquity: Philosophical and Religious Interactions).

• Luciana Gabriela Soares Santoprete (CNRS-LEM)
• Anna Van den Kerchove (IPT-LEM)
• Jean-Daniel Dubois (EPHE-LEM)
• Daniela Taormina (Université de Roma “Tor Vergata“)

Le webinaire est organisé par Luciana G. Soares Santoprete, Anna van den Kerchove, George Karamanolis, Éric Crégheur et Dylan Burns.

Workshop de lecture animé par Luciana Gabriela Soares Santoprete (CNRS-LEM), Anna Van den Kerchove (IPT-LEM), Jean-Daniel Dubois (EPHE-LEM) et Daniela Taormina (Université de Roma « Tor Vergata »)

La conférence aura lieu à 16h le vendredi 18 mars. Elle se déroulera en ligne.

N’hésitez pas à transmettre cette invitation à toute personne susceptible d’être intéressée par cette conférence ou toute autre conférence future sur les platonismes de l’Antiquité tardive.

Contact

Pour le lien zoom SVP envoyez un message à sympa@services.cnrs.fr ; écrivez dans l’objet du message : subscribe lesplatonismes. Laissez le corps du message vide. Vous allez recevoir un courrier de confirmation en retour.

Lien

https://lem-umr8584.cnrs.fr/?Actualites-84&lang=fr

CNRS – LEM, Université de Vienne, Université Laval et Université d’Amsterdam

Divination and Theurgy in Antiquity

Rencontre animée par Andrei Timotin (EPHE-LEM) et Crystal Addey (University College Cork)

Description et organisation

Quatrième rencontre du nouveau Webinaire « Les platonismes de l’Antiquité tardive: interactions philosophiques et religieuses (Platonisms of Late Antiquity: Philosophical and Religious Interactions).

Andrei Timotin (EPHE-LEM)
« Trois théories antiques de la divination : Plutarque,
Jamblique, Augustin. »

Crystal Addey (University College Cork)
« Platonic Philosopher-Priestesses and Female Theurgists. »

Le webinaire est organisé par Luciana G. Soares Santoprete, Anna van den Kerchove, George Karamanolis, Éric Crégheur et Dylan Burns.

La conférence aura lieu à 16h le vendredi 1 avril. Elle se déroulera en ligne.

N’hésitez pas à transmettre cette invitation à toute personne susceptible d’être intéressée par cette conférence ou toute autre conférence future sur les platonismes de l’Antiquité tardive.

Contact

Pour le lien zoom SVP envoyez un message à sympa@services.cnrs.fr ; écrivez dans l’objet du message : subscribe lesplatonismes. Laissez le corps du message vide. Vous allez recevoir un courrier de confirmation en retour.

Lien

https://lem-umr8584.cnrs.fr/?Actualites-84&lang=fr

CNRS – LEM, Université de Vienne, Université Laval et Université d’Amsterdam

Hermeticism, Mithraism and Neoplatonism

Description et organisation

Cinquième rencontre du nouveau Webinaire « Les platonismes de l’Antiquité tardive: interactions philosophiques et religieuses (Platonisms of Late Antiquity: Philosophical and Religious Interactions).

Rencontre animée par Christian Bull (Norwegian School of Theology) et Andreea-Maria Lemnaru-Carrez (Centre Léon Robin-CNRS).

Christian Bull (Norwegian School of Theology)
« The Hermetic Sciences in the Way of Hermes : Worldview
and Practices. »

Andreea-Maria Lemnaru-Carrez (Centre Léon Robin-CNRS)
« Mithra dans l’Antre des Nymphes de Porphyre. »

Le webinaire est organisé par Luciana G. Soares Santoprete, Anna van den Kerchove, George Karamanolis, Éric Crégheur et Dylan Burns.

La conférence aura lieu à 16h le mardi 10 mai. Elle se déroulera en ligne.

N’hésitez pas à transmettre cette invitation à toute personne susceptible d’être intéressée par cette conférence ou toute autre conférence future sur les platonismes de l’Antiquité tardive.

Contact

Pour le lien zoom SVP envoyez un message à sympa@services.cnrs.fr ; écrivez dans l’objet du message : subscribe lesplatonismes. Laissez le corps du message vide. Vous allez recevoir un courrier de confirmation en retour.

Lien

https://lem-umr8584.cnrs.fr/?Actualites-84&lang=fr