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Nel curriculum C3, storia del pensiero filosofico e scientifico, si studia:

  • storia della filosofia antica;
  • storia della filosofia medievale;
  • storia della filosofia moderna;
  • storia della filosofia contemporanea;
  • storia del pensiero scientifico.

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Didattica curriculare

 

Università di Torino, Aula Guzzo, Via Po 18

14 settembre 2016, ore 14-18

1. Brunello Procopio: Frances Yates, Giordano Bruno e la cultura europea del Rinascimento, Laterza 1988, capp. 1, 2, 7

2. Sebastian Molina: P. Rossi, The Birth of Modern Science, Blackwell, Malden

Coordinatori: E. Pasini, N. Guicciardini

 

Università di Genova, Dipartimento di Filosofia, Via Balbi 4, Aula F

15 settembre 2016, ore 14-18

1. Martina Galvani: Michele Federico Sciacca, La filosofia morale di Antonio Rosmini.

2. Luca Natali: Mario Dal Pra, Storia della filosofia e della storiografia filosofica, a cura di M. A. Del Torre, Franco Angeli, Milano 1996

Coordinatori: L. Mauro, G. Invernizzi

 

Università di Pavia, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici, Piazza Botta 6, Aula seminari

19 settembre 2016

ore 11-13:

C. Casagrande, L. Bianchi: Gli intellettuali nel Medioevo di Jacques Le Goff

ore 14-18:

1. Vera Calchi : P. Boyancé, “La religion astrale de Platon à Cicéron”, Revue des études grecques, LXV, 1925, pp. 312-350 ; E. R. Dodds, I greci e l’irrazionale, tr. it., Bur, Milano, pp. 259-290 ; R. Brague, La saggezza del mondo. Storia dell’esperienza umana dell’universo, tr. it. Rubbettino, Soveria Mannelli 1999, pp. 3-97

Coordinatore: F. Trabattoni

2. Davide Penna: J. Leclercq, Umanesimo e cultura monastica

3. Giulia Battagliero: E. Gilson, Lo spirito della filosofia medievale

Coordinatori: C. Casagrande, L. Bianchi

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GRADUATE CONFERENCE
Third Collegio Ghislieri Graduate Conference in History of Philosophy
12th – 13th October 2016


NATURE.
HISTORY AND USES OF AN IDEA BETWEEN PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE


In partnership with:
FINO: North-West Italy Philosophy Consortium
We are proud to announce that Prof. Niccolò Guicciardini (Università degli Studi di Bergamo) and Prof. Antonello
La Vergata (Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia) have agreed to give keynote speeches at our
conference.
DESCRIPTION
This two-day conference will bring together advanced students and scholars working on the History of Philosophy, with
a chronological range spanning from Ancient Greece to 20th century included.
Collegio Ghislieri Graduate Conference is meant to offer graduate students an opportunity to present papers and
exchange ideas, with each other and with distinguished academics of the field. The language of the seminar will be
English. No registration fees are required. We intend to make our conference as accessible as possible, and welcome
everyone interested in philosophy to our conference.
SUBMISSIONS
Graduate students (Master, PhD students and those who have defended their doctoral thesis not earlier than 2014) can
submit proposals for papers of approximately 30 minutes.
Participants will be offered accommodation and meals in the college. Unfortunately, we will not be able to cover travel
expenses.
The submission deadline is July 15th, 2016.
Successful applicants will be notified by September 1st, 2016.
Please send the following to graduate.conference@ghislieri.it in .doc(x), .rtf, or .pdf format:
(1.) A cover letter containing the following information: (a) author’s name (b) institutional
affiliation (c) contact information, (d) title of the paper.
(2.) The title and abstract (around 500 words) of the paper. This should be prepared for blind refereeing i.e. showing no
information identifying the author or the author’s institutional affiliation.
LOCATION
The conference will be held at Collegio Ghislieri, in the city center of Pavia (piazza Ghislieri, 5), at a walking distance
from Pavia railway station (approximately 15 minutes).
How to get to Pavia
ACCOMMODATION
Participants will be offered accommodation and meals at Collegio Ghislieri. However, travel expenses cannot be
covered. We strongly recommend participants to take part to all sessions of the conference.
Contacts
Send any questions or concerns to graduate.conference@ghislieri.it
Follow the Collegio Ghislieri Graduate Conference on Facebook.
Philosophy students at Collegio Ghislieri have founded a society to discuss their work: learn more about Philosophicum
Ghislieri.

 

Collegio Ghislieri (Pavia) – Dottorato in Filosofia FINO (Consorzio di Filosofia
del Nord Ovest)
3rd Collegio Ghislieri- FINO Graduate Conference in the History of Philosophy
12-13 October 2016
(Pavia Collegio Ghislieri)
Nature. History and uses of an idea between philosophy and science
Wednesday 12 October
14:30 Formal welcome
15:00 Keynote speech: Antonello La Vergata
16:00 Rosamaria Romanelli (Florence), Motion and change in Aristotle's Physics V
16:30 Daphne Argyri (Athens), The concept of nature in Aristotle's Politics I
17:00 Break
17:15 Stefano Pelizzari (Trento), The dissolution of the concept of nature in Pico
della Mirandola's Oratio. A critical insight into the reading of Alain Finkielkraut
17:45 Byron Davies (Harvard), Rousseau: amour-propre and seeing others as
persons
18:15 Gabriel Valladão Silva (Berlin), Goethe's critique of the predominance of
analytic thought in the natural sciences
18:45 Discussion
Thursday 13 October
9:00 Alexander Edlich (Munich), Science and Ethics: Nietzsche's metaethical
consequentialism
9:30 Anha Osimlak Tsypin (Tel Aviv), I and thou, I am thou – The reality of thought
in Martin Buber's and Ramchandra Gandhi's works
10:00 Martina Galvani (Genoa), The concept of nature from Edith Stein's
phenomenology
10:30 Break
10:45 Guido Tana (Edinburgh), Being part of nature. The concept of second nature in
John McDowell and its roots in Kant and Hegel
11:15 Massimiliano Simons (Leuven), From describing to constructing nature: the
case of synthetic biology
11:45 Discussion
12:15 Keynote speech: Niccolò Guicciardini
13:15 Conference ends

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Filosofia e medicina nell'età moderna
 
Lunedì 30 novembre 2015, h. 14,30
Università di Torino, Rettorato , via Po 17, Sala Principi D'Acaja


– Marilyn Nicoud: Il termalismo nel Medioevo : un indagine medica su un fenomeno naturale
– Simone Mammola: Il contadino, il medico e il pilota: esploratori dell’occulto nella cultura del tardo Rinascimento

Pausa

– Antonio Clericuzio: La iatrochimica helmontiana nell'Inghilterra del Seicento
– Lucia Randone: Eclettismo metodologico e teorico nella medicina inglese del Seicento. Storiografia filosofica e storia della medicina
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