Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Theoretische Philosophie / Philosophiegeschichte

Konferenz: "Late Medieval and Renaissance Accounts of the Mind"

  • Wann 23.10.2014 09:45 bis 25.10.2014 16:45 (Europe/Berlin / UTC200)
  • Wo Hannoversche Straße 6, Raum 1.03
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Thursday, October 23, 2014

09.45 Welcome and Information (Stephan Schmid)

10.00 Stephan Schmid: Introduction: Three Traditions of Late Scholastic Philosophy of Mind

10.35 Comments by Sander de Boer

10.45 Discussion

 

11.15 Coffee Break

 

11.30 Dominik Perler: Mind and Method

12.05 Comments by Lorenzo Casini

12.15 Discussion

 

13.00 Lunch     

 

14.30 Paolo Rubini: The Function of the Intellect: Intentionality and Representationalism

15.05 Comments by Sonja Schierbaum

15.15 Discussion

 

15.45 Coffee Break

 

16.00 Sonja Schierbaum: Late Medieval Theories of (Self-) Consciousness

16.35 Comments by Sydney Penner

16.45 Discussion

 

17.15 Coffee Break

 

17.30 Sydney Penner: Renaissance Debates about the Will and its Freedom (Sydney Penner)

18.05 Comments by Sabrina Ebbersmeyer

18.15 Discussion

 

18.45 End of the Day

 

Friday, October 24, 2014

10.00 Daniel Heider: Late Scholastic Debates about the External and Internal Senses

10.35 Comments by Stephan Schmid

10.45 Discussion

 

11.15 Coffee Break

 

11.30 Sabrina Ebbersmeyer: Renaissance Theories of Emotions: Embodied Minds

12.05 Comments by Eileen Sweeney

12.15 Discussion

 

12.45 Lunch

 

14.00 Sander de Boer: The Mind-Body-Problem and the Rise of Dualism

14.35 Comments by Daniel Heider

14.45 Discussion

 

15.15 Coffee Break

 

15.30 Lorenzo Casini: Debates about the Immortality of the Soul

16.05 Comments by Paolo Rubini

16.15 Discussion

 

16.45 Coffee Break

 

17.00 Paul Bakker: The Soul and its Parts: Debates about the Faculties of the Soul

17.35 Comments by Dominik Perler

17.45 Discussion

 

18.15 End of the Day

 

 

Saturday, October 25, 2014

10.00 Eileen Sweeney: With or Against Passion: Late Scholastics and Renaissance Humanists on the Role of the Passions in Moral Action

10.35 Comments by Paul Bakker

10.45 Discussion

 

11.00 Coffee Break

 

11.15 Final Discussion

 

12.00 End of the Conference

 

 

Participation is free. But participants are asked to register with Stephan Schmid: schmidsz@philosophie.hu-berlin.de