PHILOSOPHIA in der Konkurrenz von Schulen, Wissenschaften und Religionen

Zur Pluralisierung des Philosophiebegriffs in Kaiserzeit und Spätantike 

Christoph Riedweg, Berlin: De Gruyter, 2017

Beschreibung

Die Pluralisierung des Philosophiebegriffs gehört zu den Charakteristika der ersten Jahrhunderte nach Christus – einer mit tiefgreifenden Veränderungen verbundenen Epoche, die sich allgemein in faszinierender Weise mit unserer Gegenwart berührt. Zu nennen ist insbesondere eine (angesichts der genannten Pluralisierung zunächst überraschende) Tendenz zur Vereinheitlichung nicht nur der materiellen Kultur innerhalb des globalisierten Imperium Romanum, sondern auch des intellektuellen Diskurses. Diese geht in paradoxer, mit modernen Erfahrungen jedoch durchaus übereinstimmender Weise Hand in Hand mit einer zunehmenden Ausdifferenzierung und Vervielfachung der philosophisch-religiösen Lebensformen und Heilslehren, zu denen das an die hellenistisch-jüdische Tradition anschließende Christentum neu hinzukommt. Die in diesem Band vereinigten Beiträge renommierter Spezialisten aus aller Welt untersuchen die verschiedenen Facetten dieser Entwicklung. – Angesichts der Bedeutung der Epoche für die Ausbildung der abendländischen Identität dürfte der Band über den engeren Bereich der Altertumswissenschaften hinaus für ein weiteres Publikum von Interesse sein.

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Inhaltsverzeichnis

Autorenverzeichnis

Vorwort

CHRISTOPH RIEDWEG – Einleitung

MATTHIAS PERKAMS – Einheit und Vielfalt der Philosophie von der Kaiserzeit zurausgehenden Antike

FRANCO FERRARI – Esegesi, sistema e tradizione: la prospettiva filosofica del medioplatonismo

EINAR THOMASSEN – Gnosis and Philosophy in Competition

JOHAN C. THOM – Sayings as ‘Lebenshilfe’: The Reception and Use of Two Pythagorean Collections

JAN N. BREMMER – Philosophers and the Mysteries

JUTTA LEONHARDT-BALZER – Synagogen als Schulen der Tugenden: Der Ort der Philosophie in derfrühjüdischen Tradition

SAMUEL VOLLENWEIDER – Barbarenweisheit? Zum Stellenwert der Philosophie in derfrühchristlichen Theologie

IRMGARD MÄNNLEIN-ROBERT – Philosophie als Philologie? Der Platoniker Longin und seine Kritiker

GRETCHEN REYDAMS-SCHILS – Plotinus and the Stoics on Philosophy as the Art of Life

DIETMAR WYRWA – Philosophie in der alexandrinischen Schule

MARIE-ODILE BOULNOIS – Païens et chrétiens en concurrence: l’instrumentalisation de la philosophie dans les controverses d’Origène contre Celse et de Cyrille d’Alexandrie contre Julien

POLYMNIA ATHANASSIADI – A Global Response to Crisis: Iamblichus’ Religious Programme

DOMINIC O’MEARA – Lady Philosophy and Politics in Late Antiquity: A Tense Relationship

THERESE FUHRER – Erzählte Philosophie: Augustin und das Konzept der Philosophie als Lebensform

KATERINA IERODIAKONO – Philosophy in Transition: From Late Antiquity to Byzantium

CLEOPHEA FERRARI – „Die beste Religion gleicht der Philosophie“: Der Philosophiebegriff im arabisch-islamischen Mittelalter im Streit zwischen Ratio und Offenbarung

CHRISTOPH RIEDWEG – Zusammenfassung und Ausblick

Register

  1. Stellenregister
  2. Namenregister
  3. Sachregister

Link

https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/9781501505249/html

Conversion et spiritualités

dans l’Antiquité et au Moyen Âge

Michel FATTAL, Paris: L’Harmattan, « Ouverture Philosophique », 2017

Description

Comment comprendre le phénomène particulier de la conversion au sein de différentes formes de spiritualités issues de milieux culturels et linguistiques variés ? Le présent ouvrage procède à une lecture philosophique et à une analyse précise de la notion de conversion dans la philosophie grecque païenne de Platon et de Plotin, dans certains textes fondateurs du judaïsme et du christianisme, chez le Pseudo-Macaire et chez Augustin d’Hippone, ainsi que dans la philosophie arabo-musulmane représentée par Al-Farâbî et Al-Ghazâlî.

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Table de matières

Avant-propos

Introduction

Chapitre I – Qu’est-ce que la conversion chez Platon?

Chapitre II – Qu’est-ce que la conversion chez Plotin?

Chapitre III – En quoi la conversion de la Bible diffère-t-elle de la conversion philosophique?

Chapitre IV – En quels sens le Nouveau Testament envisage-t-il la conversion?

Chapitre V – La conversion de Paul de Tarse sur le chemin de Damas et la conversion de toutes les Nations

Chapitre VI – Les conversions d’Augustin d’Hippone

Chapitre VII – Les expériences spirituelles d’Augustin

Chapitre VIII – Conversion et spiritualité chez le Pseudo-Macaire

Chapitre IX – Conversion et expérience spirituelle de Dieu ou du divin chez Al-Farâbî

Chapitre X – Conversion et spiritualité chez Al-Ghazâlî

Conclusion

Lien

https://www.editions-harmattan.fr/livre-conversion_et_spiritualites_dans_l_antiquite_et_au_moyen_age_michel_fattal-9782343125824-54168.html

Platonismus und spätägyptische Religion

Plutarch und die Ägyptenrezeption in der römischen Kaiserzeit

Michael Erler & Martin Andreas Stadler (Herg.), Berlin: De Gruyter, 2017

Beschreibung

Sowohl die Beurteilung des religionsgeschichtlichen Quellenwerts der Plutarch-Schrift « De Iside et Osiride » aus ägyptologischer als auch die Bewertung der Aktualität des Kenntnisstandes Plutarchs und anderer Autoren aus klassisch-philologischer Perspektive sind bislang durch fehlende interdisziplinäre Zusammenarbeit erschwert worden. In diesem Band werden nun die Beiträge zu einer Tagung veröffentlicht, die 2014 in Würzburg mit dem Ziel abgehalten wurde, jene Fachgrenzen zu überwinden. Der daraus hervorgegangene Tagungsband, zu dem renommierte Plutarchforscher und Platonismusspezialisten ebenso beigetragen haben wie auf den interkulturellen Austausch in ptolemäisch-römischer Zeit spezialisierte Ägyptologen, spiegelt den beiderseitigen Erkenntnisprozess wider: Plutarch, Jamblich, Prophyrios, Synesios oder die hermetsichen Autoren fanden die ägyptische Religion nicht als monolithischen, unveränderlichen Block vor, sondern noch als lebendige Praxis. Die Wiedergabe des von ihnen Rezipierten kann nur im Kontext der für sie so typischen Suche nach altem Wissen verstanden werden. Dieser Band legt damit den Grundstein für einen intensivierten Dialog zwischen der klassisch-altertumswissenschaftlichen genauso wie der ägyptologischen Seite.

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Inhaltsverzeichnis

Zur Einführung – Erler, Michael / Stadler, Martin Andreas

Plutarchs Isis-Buch – Görgemanns, Herwig

Ägyptenrezeption in der römischen Kaiserzeit – Stadler, Martin Andreas

A general approach to interpretatio Graeca in the light of papyrological evidence – Henri, Océane

‘Searching for Truth’? – Brenk, Frederick E.

Mittelplatonische Konzepte der Göttin Isis bei Plutarch und Apuleius im Vergleich mit ägyptischen Quellen der griechischrömischen Zeit – Nagel, Svenja

Elements of Theban Theology in Plutarch and his Contemporaries – Klotz, David

(H)abamons Stimme? – Quack, Joachim Friedrich

Im Namen des Gottgeziemenden – Tornau, Christian

On the multi-coloured robes of philosophy – Roskam, Geert

Ägypten auf der Bühne der sophistischen Rhetorik in der römischen Kaiserzeit – Tattko, Jan

Porphyrios und die ägyptische Religion vor dem Hintergrund ägyptischer Quellen – Lieven, Alexandra von

ἔμψυχα ἱερογλυφικά II – Pries, Andreas H.

Osiris in Konstantinopel oder: Synesios’ Ägyptische Erzählungen – Pfeilschifter, Rene

Namensindex

Stellenindex

Link

https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/9783110532968/html

University of Birmingham

Adjacent, Alternative and Post-Academic

Careers in and around Classics

Description and organization

The Women’s Classical Committee UK is organising a day of workshops and discussion groups to highlight the many and varied careers, jobs, pursuits, and opportunities that lie around and beyond an academic career.

We hope to build both confidence and a community at this event by making a space to share a variety of post-phd and early-career experiences. The focus will be empowering participants to see and seek out employment that values their particular skills and interests.

As with all WCC events, travel bursaries will be available for students and the un/under-employed.

Programme

10.30-11am Coffee and Registration

11-11.30am Welcome and introduction

11.30-12.30pm We have skills! Making your CV work beyond academia – A CV workshop with Chris Packham and Holly Prescott (University of Birmingham)

Lunch

1.15-2pm Getting CreativeSharing ideas on how to build a classicist/classical identity beyond academia.

2-2.45pm Classics and Public Learning – The opportunities for academics in non-academic institutions, with Andrew Roberts (English Heritage)

Tea

3-4pm Taking Classicists to School – Careers in teaching, outreach and HE administration, with Frances Child, Polly Stoker, Oonagh Pennington-Wilson, and Tamsin Cross.

Attendance is free for WCC UK members, £10 for non-members (to cover catering costs). You can join the WCC UK here (and if you’re a student, underemployed, or unemployed, membership is only £5).

If you would like to attend this event please email lucy.jackson@kcl.ac.uk.

The WCC is committed to providing friendly and accessible environments for its events, so please do get in touch if you have any access, dietary, or childcare enquiries. For a full statement of the WCC’s childcare policy please see here.

Contact

lucy.jackson@kcl.ac.uk.

(Text by the organizers)

Link

https://wcc-uk.blogs.sas.ac.uk/events/

The Early Christian World

Philip F. Esler (ed), London: Routledge, 2017

Description

Since its publication in 2000, The Early Christian World has come to be regarded by scholars, students and the general reader as one of the most informative and accessible works in English on the origins, development, character and major figures of early Christianity. In this new edition, the strengths of the first edition are retained. These include the book’s attractive architecture that initially takes a reader through the context and historical development of early Christianity; the essays in critical areas such as community formation, everyday experience, the intellectual and artistic heritage, and external and internal challenges; and the profiles on the most influential early Christian figures. The book also preserves its strong stress on the social reality of early Christianity and continues its distinctive use of hundreds of illustrations and maps to bring that world to life. Yet the years that have passed since the first edition was published have seen great advances made in our understanding of early Christianity in its world. This new edition fully reflects these developments and provides the reader with authoritative, lively and up-to-date access to the early Christian world. A quarter of the text is entirely new and the remaining essays have all been carefully revised and updated by their authors. Some of the new material relates to Christian culture (including book culture, canonical and non-canonical scriptures, saints and hagiography, and translation across cultures). But there are also new essays on: Jewish and Christian interaction in the early centuries; ritual; the New Testament in Roman Britain; Manichaeism; Pachomius the Great and Gregory of Nyssa. This new edition will serve its readers for many years to come.

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Table of contents

Dedication

List of Illustrations

Preface

List of Abbreviations

I THE CONTEXT

1.The Mediterranean Context of Early Christianity – Philip F. Esler

2.Emperors, Armies and Bureaucrats 68-430 CE – Jill Harries

3.Greek and Roman Philosophy and Religion – Luther Martin

4.Jewish Tradition and Culture – James Aitken

II CHRISTIAN ORIGINS AND DEVELOPMENT

5.Jesus in His World – Douglas Oakman

6.Early Jewish Christianity – Edwin Broadhead

7.Paul and the Development of Gentile Christianity – Todd Klutz

8.The Jesus Tradition: The Gospel Writers’ Strategies of Persuasion – Richard Rohrbaugh

9.The Second and Third Centuries – Jeffrey S. Siker

10.From Constantine to Theodosius and Beyond – Bill Leadbetter

11.Jewish and Christian Interaction from the First to the Fifth Centuries – Anders Runesson

III COMMUNITY FORMATION AND MAINTENANCE

12.Mission and Expansion – Thomas Finn

13.The Development of Office in the Early Church – Mark Edwards

14.Christian Regional Diversity – David Taylor

15.Monasticism – Columba Stewart

IV EVERYDAY CHRISTIAN EXPERIENCE

16.Reading the New Testament in Roman Britain – Richard Cleaves

17.Sex and Sexual Renunciation I – Teresa Shaw

18.Sex and Sexual Renunciation II: Developments in Research since 2000 – Elizabeth Castelli

19.Women, Children and House Churches – Mona LaFosse

20.Worship, Practice and Belief – Max Johnson

21.Ritual and the Rise of the Early Christian Movement – Risto Uro

22.Communication and Travel – Blake Leyerle

V CHRISTIAN CULTURE

23.Christian Realia: Books, Papyri and Artefacts – Giovanni Bazzana

24.Scriptures in Early Christianity – Outi Lehtipuu and Hanne von Weissenberg

25.Saints and Hagiography – Mark Humphries

26.Translation and Communication across Languages – Malcolm Choat

VI THE INTELLECTUAL HERITAGE

27.The Apostolic Fathers – Carolyn Osiek

28.The Apologists – Anders-Christian Jacobsen

29.Early Theologians – Gerald Bray

30.Later Theologians of the Greek East – Andrew Louth

31.Later Theologians of the West – Ivor Davidson

32.Creeds, Councils and Doctrinal Development – Piotr Ashwin-Siejkowski

33.Biblical Interpretation – Oskar Skarsaune

VII THE ARTISTIC HERITAGE

34.Early Christian Architecture: The First Five Centures – L. Michael White

35. Art – Robin Jensen

36.Music – John Arthur Smith

37.Imaginative Literature – Richard Bauckham

VIII EXTERNAL CHALLENGES

38. Political Oppression and Martyrdom – Candida R. Moss

39. Graeco-Roman Philosophical Opposition – Michael Simmons

40. Popular Graeco-Roman Responses to Christianity – Craig de Vos

IX INTERNAL CHALLENGES

41.Internal Renewal and Dissent in the Early Christian World – Sheila McGinn

42.Gnosticism – Alistair Logan

43.Montanism – Christine Trevett

44.Donatism – Jakob Engberg

45.Arianism – David Rankin

46.Manichaeism – Jason BeDuhn

X PROFILES

47.Origen – Thomas Scheck

48.Tertullian – Geoffrey D. Dunn

49.Perpetua and Felicitas – Shira L. Lander and Ross S. Kraemer

50.Constantine – Bill Leadbetter

51.Antony the Great – Columba Stewart

52.Pachomius the Great – James E. Goehring

53.Athanasius – David Gwynn

54.John Chrysostom – Wendy Mayer and Pauline Allen

55.Gregory of Nyssa – Elena Ene D-Vasilescu

56.Jerome – Dennis Brown

57.Ambrose – Ivor Davidson

58.Augustine – Carol Harrison

59.Ephrem the Syrian – Kathleen McVey

60.Julian the Apostate – Michael Bland Simmons

Link

https://www.routledge.com/The-Early-Christian-World/Esler/p/book/9781032199344

Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften

Digital Classicist Seminar Berlin

Description and organization

We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the sixth series of the Digital Classicist Seminar Berlin, organised in association with the German Archaeological Institute and the Interdisciplinary Research Network Digital Humanities in Berlin (ifDHb). It will run during the winter term of the academic year 2017/18.

We invite submissions on any kind of research which employs digital methods, resources or technologies in an innovative way in order to enable a better or new understanding of the ancient world. We encourage contributions not only from Classics but also from the entire field of “Altertumswissenschaften”, to include the ancient world at large, such as Egypt and the Near East.

Themes may include digital editions, natural language processing, image processing and visualisation, 3D developments and applications in the Cultural Heritage area, linked data and the semantic web, open access, spatial and network analysis, serious gaming and any other digital or quantitative methods. We welcome seminar proposals addressing the application of these methods to individual projects, and particularly contributions which show how the digital component can facilitate the crossing of disciplinary boundaries and answering new research questions. Seminar content should be of interest both to classicists, ancient historians or archaeologists, as well as to information scientists and digital humanists, with an academic research agenda relevant to at least one of these fields.

Anonymised abstracts [1] of 300-500 words max. (bibliographic references excluded) should be uploaded by midnight (CET) on 31 July 2017 using the dedicated submission form. Although we do accept abstracts written in English as well as in German, the presentations are expected to be delivered in English. When submitting the same proposal for consideration to multiple venues, please do let us know via the submission form. The average acceptance rate is 37%.

Seminars will run fortnightly on Tuesday evenings (17:15-19:00) from October 2017 until February 2018. The full programme, including the venue of each seminar, will be finalised and announced in September. As with the previous series, the video recordings of the presentations will be published online and we endeavour to provide accommodation for the speakers and contribute towards their travel expenses.

[1] The anonymised abstract should have all author names, institutions and references to the authors work removed. This may lead to some references having to be replaced by “Reference to authors’ work”. The abstract title and author names with affiliations are entered into the submission system in separate fields.

(Text by the organizers)

Link

https://www.digitalclassicist.org/wip/

Conversion et Spiritualité dans

l’Antiquité et au Moyen Âge 

Michel Fattal, Paris: L’Harmmatan, 2017

Description

Comment comprendre le phénomène particulier de la conversion au sein de différentes formes de spiritualités issues de milieux culturels et linguistiques variés ? Le présent ouvrage procède à une lecture philosophique et à une analyse précise de la notion de conversion dans la philosophie grecque païenne de Platon et de Plotin, dans certains textes fondateurs du judaïsme et du christianisme, chez le Pseudo-Macaire et chez Augustin d’Hippone, ainsi que dans la philosophie arabo-musulmane représentée par Al-Farâbî et Al-Ghazâlî.

(Texte de la maison d’édition)

Lien

https://www.editions-harmattan.fr/livre-conversion_et_spiritualites_dans_l_antiquite_et_au_moyen_age_michel_fattal-9782343125824-54168.html

Christianity at the Crossroads

How The Second Century Shaped The Future Of The Church

Michael J Kruger, Westmont: InterVarsity Press, 2017

 Description

It is the second century. Everyone who knew Jesus is now dead. Christianity has begun to spread, but there are serious threats to its survival. Christianity at the Crossroads examines the crucial issues that faced the second-century Church – a period often neglected or overlooked in other studies. It was during this period that the fledgling Church struggled to work out its identity and stay true to the vision of Christ and the apostles. Threatened by divisive controversies from within and fierce persecution from without, the Church’s response to these and other issues not only determined its survival; it was to shape the beliefs, values and lives of millions of Christians throughout the world over the next two millennia.

(Text from the publisher)

Table of contents

Preface

List of abbreviations

Introduction – What is so important about the second century?

1 – A peculiar identity: The sociological make-up of second-century Christianity

2 – A strange superstition: The political and intellectual acceptability of second-century Christianity

3 – Worshipping Jesus: The ecclesiological structure of second-century Christianity

4 – Alternative pathways: Diversity in second-century Christianity

5 – The Great Church: Unity in second-century Christianity

6 – A textual culture: The literature of second-century Christianity

7 – A new Scripture: The new Testament canon in second-century Christianity

Conclusion

Link

https://www.ivpress.com/christianity-at-the-crossroads

Philosophical Approaches to Demonology

Benjamin W. McCraw & Robert Arp, London: Routledge, 2017

Description

In contradistinction to the many monographs and edited volumes devoted to historical, cultural, or theological treatments of demonology, this collection features newly written papers by philosophers and other scholars engaged specifically in philosophical argument, debate, and dialogue involving ideas and topics in demonology. The contributors to the volume approach the subject from the perspective of the broadest areas of Western philosophy, namely metaphysics, epistemology, logic, and moral philosophy. The collection also features a plurality of religious, cultural, and theological views on the nature of demons from both Eastern and Western thought, in addition to views that may diverge from these traditional roots. Philosophical Approaches to Demonology will be of interest to philosophers of religion, theologians, and scholars working in philosophical theology and demonology, as well as historians, cultural anthropologists, and sociologists interested more broadly in the concept of demons.

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Table of contents

Introduction – Robert Arp and Benjamin W. McCraw

Part I. Demons in Christianity

1 Augustine and Aquinas on the Demonic – Benjamin W. McCraw

2 The Demonic Body: Demonic Ontology and the Domicile of the Demons in Apuleius and Augustine – Seamus O’Neill

3 Christian Demonology: A New Philosophical Perspective – Shandon L. Guthrie

4 Women as « The Devil’s Gateway »: A Feminist Critique of Christian Demonology – Jeff Ewing

Part II. Non-Christian Conceptions of Demons

5 Socrates’ Demonic Sign (Daimonion Sēmeion) – Charlene Elsby

6 The Ecological Demon: Silent Running and Interstellar – Brian Willems

7 Demons of Seduction in Early Jewish Literature – Dawn Hutchinson

8 The Jinn and the Shayatīn – Edward Moad

9 Māra: Devāand Demon – Christopher Ketcham

Part III. Demons and Epistemological Issues

10 Justified Belief in the Existence of Demons is Impossible – David Kyle Johnson

11 Esoteric Spirituality, Devils and Demons: Introducing the Gnostic Vision of Modernity – Kristina Sipova

12 Re-Enchantment and Contemporary Demonology – Olli Petteri Pitkänen

Part IV. Demons in Moral and Social Philosophy

13 Whedon’s Demons: The Immorality of Moral Clarity and the Ethics of Moral Complexity – Talia Morag

14 Modern Representations of Evil: Kant, Arendt, and the Devil in Goethe’s Faust and Bulgakov’s The Master and Margarita – Elvira Basevich

15 The Politics of Possession: Reading King James’s Daemonologie Through the Lens of Mimetic Realism – Duncan Reyburn

Link

https://www.routledge.com/Philosophical-Approaches-to-Demonology/McCraw-Arp/p/book/9780367595234#:~:text=Philosophical%20Approaches%20to%20Demonology%20will,in%20the%20concept%20of%20demons.

École Normale Supérieure Paris

Tempus quaerendi

Nouvelles expériences philologiques dans

le domaine de la pensée de l’Antiquité tardive

 

Programme

Mercredi 10 mai 2017

9h30. Réception des invités. Café & viennoiseries.
10h. Ouverture des travaux. Mot de présentation du colloque par M. Pierre CAYE, directeur du Centre ‘Jean Pépin’ (UMR 8230 du CNRS). Mot des organisateurs.

1re session des travaux, sous la présidence de M. Pierre CAYE.

10h30-11h30. M. Tiziano DORANDI (CNRS). Et quod periisse… Critères et enjeux d’une nouvelle édition des Éclogues de Stobée.
11h30-12h30. M. Gerard J. BOTER (VU Amsterdam). Textual Problems in Philostratus’ Life of Apollonius of Tyana.
12h30-14h30. Buffet.

2ème session des travaux, sous la présidence de M. Bruno VANCAMP.

14h30-15h30. Mme Daniela P. TAORMINA (Roma Tor Vergata). Problèmes textuels chez Plotin, Enn. IV.6 [41].
15h30-16h30. M. Pavlos KALLIGAS (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens). Eusebius’ Testimony on the Τransmission of Plotinus’ Enn. IV.7 [2], On the Immortality of the Soul.
16h30-17h. Pause café.
17h-18h. M. Lorenzo FERRONI (CNRS). L’état z de Henry-Schwyzer dans le traité III.8 [30] de Plotin.
18h-19h. M. Christian FÖRSTEL (BNF, Département des manuscrits). Marsile Ficin philologue. Les interventions ficiniennes sur le texte des Ennéades dans le Parisinus graecus 1816.

Jeudi 11 mai 2017.

3ème session des travaux, sous la présidence de Mme Marie-Odile GOULET-CAZE.

9h-10h. Mme Concetta LUNA (SNS, Pisa). Le texte du Parménide de Platon dans le commentaire de Proclus.
10h-11h. M. Carlo Martino LUCARINI (Università di Palermo). Osservazioni sulla ricezione di Parmenide nel Neoplatonismo.
11h-11h30. Pause café.
11h30-12h30. M. Federico Maria PETRUCCI (SNS, Pisa). Taurus of Beirut: Towards a New Collection of the Extant Sources.
12h30-14h. Buffet.

4ème session des travaux, sous la présidence de M. Lorenzo FERRONI

14h-15h. Mme Mariella MENCHELLI (Università degli Studi di Pisa). Il rotolo di Patmos e le difformità storico-tradizionali tra il primo e il terzo libro del commento di Proclo al Timeo platonico.
15h-16h. M. Gerd VAN RIEL (KU Leuven). « Tel Glaucos de la mer : couvert de coquillages, algues et pierre ». Sur les vicissitudes du texte de l’In Timaeum de Proclus.
16h-17h. M. Carlos STEEL (KU Leuven). Prolegomena à une nouvelle édition du commentaire sur Euclide de Proclus.
17h-18h. Cocktail.

Vendredi 12 mai 2017

5ème et dernière session des travaux, sous la présidence de M. Tiziano DORANDI.

9h-10h. M. Thomas RIESENWEBER (Universität Bonn). The Textual Transmission of Marius Victorinus’ De definitionibus.
10h-11h. M. Adrien LECERF (CNRS). Problèmes d’édition des Fragments de Jamblique.
11h-11h30. Pause café.
11h30-12h30. M. Richard GOULET (CNRS). Cléomède et les cinq zones terrestres.
12h30-13h30. M. Philippe HOFFMANN (EPHE). La philologie des textes néoplatoniciens. Réflexions de méthode.
Conclusion des travaux. Mot des organisateurs.
13h30-15h. Buffet.

Contact

Lorenzo Ferroni (KU Leuven); Tiziano Dorandi (French National Centre for Scientific Research).

(Texte des organisateurs)

Link

https://www.lesbelleslettres.com/livre/9782251450308/tempus-quaerendi