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]
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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

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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/

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