Natural Law in Medieval Philosophy: Traditions, Convergences and Divergences – Program

Natural Law in Medieval Philosophy: Traditions, Convergences and Divergences – Program

Dal 10 aprile 2018 al 11 aprile 2018 dalle ore 9:00 alle ore 18:30 presso Ateneo Pontificio Regina Apostolorum, Aula Master (1º piano)


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Ateneo Pontificio Regina Apostolorum

Facoltà di Filosofia

Cattedra Marco Arosio di Alti Studi Medievali

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Convegno Internazionale / International Conference

Natural Law in Medieval Philosophy: Traditions, Convergences and Divergences

Roma, 10-11 aprile 2018

Aula Master

Ingresso libero

www.upra.org

Depliant (pdf); locandina (pdf)

 

Conference Venue

Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum

Via degli Aldobrandeschi 190

00163 Rome, Italy

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Presentazione / Presentation

Medieval thinkers have developed natural law theory significantly and exerted an enduring influence on subsequent reflection. While the contribution of the Latin tradition of medieval thought has been widely studied, there is a growing number of studies on the natural law theory of the Byzantine, Jewish, and Islamic traditions.

The conference will consider to what extent the various medieval traditions of natural law concur or differ, and on what grounds. It shall also consider whether they contain theoretical resources for addressing contemporary concerns about natural law.

 

Programma / Program

Tuesday, April 10 – Morning

Chair: Prof. Eamonn O’Higgins LC

09:30   Welcome Address

  • Prof. Jesús Villagrasa LC, Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum

09:45   Introduction. Traditions of Natural Law in Mediaeval Philosophy: Debated Issues

  • Prof. Alex Yeung LC, Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum

10:00   Natural Law in Mediaeval Jewish Philosophy

  • Prof. Jonathan Jacobs,John Jay College, CUNY

11:00   Coffee Break

11:30   Natural Law in Mediaeval Islamic Philosophy

  • Prof. Anver M. Emon, University of Toronto

12:30   Lunch Break

 

Afternoon

14:30   Panels 1 & 2

Chair: Prof. Alain Contat

16:00   Natural Law in Byzantine Philosophy

  • Prof. George Zografidis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

17:00   Coffee Break

17:30   Aquinas and Mediaeval Traditions of Natural Law

  • Prof. Dominic Farrell LC, Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum

18:30   End of evening session

 

Wednesday, April 11 – Morning

Chair: Prof. Rafael Pascual LC

9:30     The Natural Law Tradition in Mediaeval Philosophy After Aquinas

  • Prof. Riccardo Saccenti, Università di Bologna

10:30   Coffee Break

11:00   Presentazione dei lavori e premiazione dell’edizione 2017 del Premio Marco Arosio

12:30   Panels 3 & 4

13:30   Lunch Break

 

Afternoon

15:30   Panels 5, 6 & 7

17:00   Coffee Break

Chair: Prof. Alex Yeung LC

17:30   Round Table Discussion with Keynote Speakers

18:30   End of evening session

19:30   Conference Dinner

 

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