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Empires et politiques de la logique

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Empires et politiques de la logique

Organisateurs : Julie Brumberg-Chaumont (LEM/CNRS), Alain de Libera (Collège de France), Antonella Romano (CAK/EHESS).

 

 

Programme

 

26 janvier 2017

 

Matinée

 

Présidente de séance : Antonella Romano

 

9h - Julie Brumberg-Chaumont (LEM/CNRS)

 

Introduction

 

9h30 - Jonardon Ganeri (New York university)

 

“European Receptions of Indian Logic”

 

10h15 - Pause café

 

10h45 - Ana Carolina Hosne (UNSAM/IEA, Paris)

 

“Jesuit views on ‘rhetoric’ and ‘dialectic’ in the missions to China and Tibet (16th-18th centuries)”.

 

11h30 - Roberto Hofmeister Pich (Université Cathlique Pontificale Pontifícal, Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre)

 

“Structure and Groundworks of the first Peruvian and Scotist Logic published in South America”.

 

12h15 - Alfredo Storck (Université Fédérale du Brésil, Porto Alegre)

 

“When Logic arrives in the Tropics:  Portuguese Jesuits and the Teachings of Logic during the Sixteenth and Seventeenth centuries”.

 

13h-14h30 - Déjeuner

 

Après-midi

 

Président de séance : Antonella Romano

 

14h30 - Okihito Utamura (Université de Nimègue)

 

“Logic and Teaching in Renaissance Italy”.

 

15h15 - Pause café

 

15h45 - Earline Jennifer Ashworth (Waterloo university)

 

“The Context of Logic Teaching in Late 15th and 16th Century Britain”.

 

16h30 - Arthur Huiban (université de Genève)

 

“Commonplaces from Dialectic to Exegesis and Homiletics : the Logical Foundations of Melanchthon's Pedagogy”.

 

17h15 - Martine Pécharman (UMR 8566 CNRS-EHESS)

 

“Seventeenth-century New Natural Philosophy and the Requirement of a New Logic”

 

 

 

27 janvier 2017

 

Matinée

 

Présidente de séance : Martine Pécharman

 

9h30 - Jacob Schmutz (Université Paris IV)

 

“Metaphysical Logic vs. Psychological Logic: on the Evolution of French Logic Textbooks in the Seventeenth Century”.

 

10h15 - Joseph Freedman (Alabama State University)

 

1. “Logic in its Institutional Context During the 16th- and 17th-Century Central Europe”.

 

11h - Pause café

 

11h30 - Joseph Freedman (Alabama State University)

 

2. “Invention, Judgment, and the Three Operations of the Human Intellect in Early Modern Logic”.

 

12h15 - Charles Manekin (University of Maryland)

 

“Hebrew Commentaries on the Arabic Organon in Europe”

 

13h -Déjeuner

 

Après-midi

 

Présidente de séance : Julie Brumberg-Chaumont

 

14h30 - Mauro Zonta (Université “la Sapienza”, Rome)

 

“Giuda Messer Leon and his Miklal Yofi”

 

15h15 - Tony Street (Cambridge university)

 

“Commentary and Creativity in the Arabic Logical Tradition”

 

16h - Pause café

 

16h30 - Table-ronde animée par Julie Brumberg-Chaumont, Antonella Romano et Alain de Libera

 

Avec la participation of Pascale Bermon (LEM/CNRS) et de Magali Roques (université de Genève)