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Monday, 20.8.2012Subject: IGNORANTIA10.00-12.001. Plenary session: Chair and opening Lecture

Josep Puig Montada Thomas Ricklin: Nosce te ipsum

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Commission I Critical Editions Chair Timothy Noone

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Ordinary and special sessions

Sectio I: Chair Charles Burnett David Wirmer: Scientific Pleasure in Ibn Bajjas Defence of Philosophy Rachak Jamal: Le plaisir du savoir daprs Ibn Bajja Judith Wilcox: Boundaries of knowledge seen in the works and the figure of Qusta ibn Luqa Nicolaus de Cusa: Chair Andreas Speer Mara Socorro Fernandez Garcia: El deseo intelectual como constitutivo formal de la mente en Nicolas de Cusa Daniel O' Connell: Dispatches from the Farthest Point of Contemplation The De apice theoriae (1464) of Nicholas of Cusa Isabelle Mandrella: Gaudium intellectuale: Die intellektuelle Freude bei Nicolaus Cusanus Sectio II: Chair N.N. Mikhail Khorkov: Wissensvermittlung in Sptmittelalter: Philosophie und Theologie in der Handschriftensammlung des Johannes de Wasia Alessandra Saccon: Die natrliche Gotteserkenntnis bei den Klner Albertisten des XV. Jahrhunderts Francesco Marrone: Le dsir de savoir et la dignit de la Mtaphysique chez Dominique de Flandre Sectio III: Chair N.N. Christophe Erismann: Lordo qui structure le monde sensible est-il relationnel ? Fabrizio Amerini: Thomas Aquinas on the Limits of Natural Knowledge. A Reappraisal Bernd Goehring: Giles of Rome on Human Cognition and Its Sensory Context Sectio IV: Chair Paul Bakker Marek Gensler: The Joy of Repetition: The Problem of Elements in Mixtum Guy Guldentops: Late medieval theologians on the use of all things Charles Bolyard: Henry of Harclay on Knowing Many Things at Once Greek into Arabic into Latin I: Chair Jrn Mller Jrn Mller: Memory as an Internal Sense: Avicenna and His Influence on Latin Psychology Peter Adamson: Ab Bakr al-Rz's Greek Sources Matthias Perkams: Al-Frb's ideas on Philosophy and Religion and their ancient predecessors

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Monday, 20.8.20127) Mobility of Ideas and Transmission of Texts I: Chair Maarten Hoenen Maarten Hoenen/ Loris Sturlese: Mobility of Ideas and Transmission of Texts: An International Research Programme Racha Kirakosian: Constituting the ineffabile Mystical speech through performative language Myrtha Ehlert: The notion of wisheit in the medieval German reception of Dionysius the Areopagite Nature and freedom I: Chair Santiago Orrego Maria da Conceiao Camps: O prazer de ver: cor e natureza no Comentrio jesuta de Coimbra ao De Anima Timothy Noone: Juan Iribarne e Uraburu on Will, the Voluntary, and Nature Santiago Orrego: Freedom in beatific vision: Domingo de Sotos account and criticism of Scotus Aquinas and the Arabs I: Chair Richard Taylor Marta Borgo: Aquinas on Metaphysics II: Doctrinal and Textual Issues Therese Scarpelli Cory: The (Self-)Intelligibility of Intellectual Being: Aquinas and the Liber de causis on the Hierarchy of Intellects Luis Xavier Lpez Farjeat: Aquinas on the Possibility of an Eternally Created World in his Early Writings and his Arabic Sources

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10) Sense, intellect and individual in the Second Scholasticism: Chair David Svoboda Tomas Machula: The virtue of Prudence in Aquinas and Dominican Scholasticism David Svoboda: Some early modern Jesuits on Universals: P. Fonseca and Collegium Conimbricense Daniel Heider: The intellectual cognition of material singulars in the Second Scholasticism 11) Augustine: Chair N.N. Leonardo Serran: Potestas and uoluntas in Cicero and Augustine Jos Maria Silva Rosa: Ambiguity and metamorphosis of pleasure in Augustine of Hippo: from voluptates carnales to gaudium de veritate

17.00-18.30 1)

Ordinary and special sessions

Sectio V: Chair Thomas Ricklin Pia Antolic-Piper: Roger Bacons interpretation of the desire to know in his quaestiones on Aristotles Metaphysics A Eileen Sweeney: Roger Bacon and Albert the Great on Aristotle's Notion of Science Patricia Moya: Intellectus principiorum and sinderesis. The question of the analogy between the knowledge of the first speculative principles and the first practical principles in Thomas Aquinas doctrine Sectio VI: Chair Timothy Noone Ayelet Even-Ezra: The discourse over pleasing knowledge in early thirteenth century theology Antoine Ct: On arguments against the agent intellect in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries Thomas Michael Osborne: Giles of Rome, Henry of Ghent, and Godfrey of Fontaines on Whether to See God Is to Love Him Sectio VII: Chair David Luscombe Brigitte Saouma: La critique du catharisme chez Bernard de Clairvaux et Izarn Georgina Gonzlez Rabass: Hildegard of Bingens auditory contemplation of the universe Pedro Mantas-Espaa: La bsqueda y el placer del conocimiento en el siglo XII

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Monday, 20.8.20124) Johannes Duns Scotus: Chair Hannes Mhle Cruz Gonzalez-Ayesta: Intellectus cadit sub natura: Duns Scotus on the intellect as a natural principle Gabriele Galluzzo: Scotuss Anti-Sceptic Argument and the Possibility of Knowledge Francesco Fiorentino: Il desiderio di sapere nel dibattito del primo scotismo Sectio VIII: Chair Santiago de Carvalho Flavia Dezzutto: Sobre las nociones de intellectus/felicitas y affectus/beatitudo en Alberto Magno Francisco Leon Florido: Orden teolgico y participacin. Cuestiones sobre la apropiacin del aristotelismo en Toms de Aquino Ana Maria Minecan: Cinco claves de la asimilacin del sistema aristotlico en el Comentario a la Fsica de Toms de Aquino William Occam I: Chair N.N. Mikko Yrjnsuuri: William Ockham on Intuitive self-knowledge Sonja Schierbaum: Knowledge in a world of particular things: Ockham on intuitive cognition and evident judgment Vesa Hirvonen: Knowledge and pleasure in William Ockham's Christological psychology The pleasure of morality and the moral value of pleasure: Chair Tobias Hoffmann Yoshihisa Yamamoto: Aquinas on the Pleasure of the Emotion of Love as Complacentia Boni Kevin White: Aquinas on the Pleasures of Benefitting Others Tobias Hoffmann: The Pleasure of Life and the Desire for Non-Existence: Some Medieval Theories Greek into Arabic into Latin II: Chair Jrn Mller Katrin Fischer: Avicenna's Cosmology in the Works of Medieval Latin Thinkers Andreas Lammer: The Arabic Reception of Avicenna's Physics in the Thirteenth Century Katja Krause: Forma Nobis Transformed into Aliqua Forma: Averroes Legacy for Aquinas Account of Epistemological Beatitude Mobility of Ideas and Transmission of Texts II: Chair Maarten Hoenen/ Loris Sturlese Mareike Abram: Denys the Carthusian between intellective and affective contemplation of God Giacomo Signore: Texts accompanied by texts in late medieval culture: the circulation of knowledge between tendencies and contingency Markus Polzer: Herders Joy of Reading Tauler: A Note on the Influence of Critical Editions on Philosophical Research

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10) Nature and freedom II: Chair Santiago Orrego ngel Poncela: Los lmites del conocimiento humano: La teora rabe del conocimiento proftico y la concepcin suareciana del Intelecto Paula Oliveira e Silva: The notion of delectatio spiritualis and its relation with the suarezian conception of human nature 11) Aquinas and the Arabs II: Chair Richard Taylor Richard Taylor: An Evaluation of the Meaning of Creation in Averroes Jrg Alejandro Tellkamp: In umbra intelligentiae: On Aquinass Rejection of Neoplatonic Theories of the Intellect David Twetten: Aquinas Original Argument for the Real Distinction between Being and Essence: The Avicennian Genus Argument

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Reception of the city of Freising David Luscombe: Otto of Freising and historical knowledge

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Tuesday, 21.8.201209.00-09.45 Commission: II. The Latin Aristotle and Medieval Commentaries Chair Cecilia Trifogli

Subject: DESIDERIUM10.00-12.00 2. Plenary session: Chair Lectures

Timothy Noone Catherine Knig-Pralong: Omnes homines natura scire desiderant: Anthropologie philosophique et distinction sociale David Bloch: Aristotle on the Pleasure of Learning John Demetracopoulos: Aspiration for Knowledge in the Secular and Religious Forms of Late Byzantine Platonism

14.00-14.45

Commission: III. Islamic Philosophy and Science Chair Charles Burnett

15.00-16.30 1)

Ordinary and special sessions

Sectio IX: Chair Pasquale Porro Kazuya Kato: Symphony of the Wise Matthew Siebert: Augustine and Aquinas on Authority in Testimonial Belief and Knowledge Isabelle Draelants: L'autorit de Vincent de Beauvais dans l Historia naturalis du franciscain Juan Gil de Zamora comme exemple de transmission encyclopdique de la philosophie naturelle Averroes: Chair Rafael Ramn Guerrero Fouad Ben Ahmed: Averroes: Analogy, Knowledge and Pleasure Cristina Cerami: Enjeux pistmologiques et cibles polmiques du Grand Commentaire dAverros Phys. VIII Rosalie Helena De Souza Pereira: Averroes and the human end (tlos) in the Commentary on Platos Republic: happiness human perfection William Occam II: Chair Christopher Schabel Jenny Pelletier: William of Ockham: logical approaches to a nominalist metaphysics John Slotemaker: Walter Chatton and Adam Wodeham on the Procession of the Holy Spirit: The Influence of Ockhams Theology Nicolas Vaughan: Ockham on Connotatives and Relations Lulliana I: Chair Alexander Fidora Antonio Bordoy: Ramn Llull y la cuestin del conocimiento de Dios: algunas precisiones sobre l as crticas desarrolladas en la 'Declaratio Raimundi' a losfundamentos de la