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2ème Atelier Nominaliste MONTREAL – Ockham’s Immediate Background

2ème Atelier Nominaliste MONTREAL
OCKHAM’S IMMEDIATE BACKGROUND
Esprit et connaissance 1300-1325

4-5 Mai 2007

Vendredi, 4 mai

9H45 : Ouverture de l’atelier
10H : Peter KING (University of Toronto),
« The Science of Psychology in Ockham’s Oxford »
11H : pause café
11H30 : Mark HENNINGER (Georgetown University),
« Henry of Harclay’s Conceptualism »
12H30 : dîner
14H : Timothy NOONE (Catholic University of America),
« Alnwick on Species, Habits, Intellect and Sense »
15H : Claude PANACCIO (UQÀM),
« Alnwick on Intelligible Being »
16H : Pause café
16H30 : Susan BROWER-TOLAND (Saint-Louis University),
« Walter Chatton on Intuitive Cognition and Self-Knowledge »
19H : BANQUET

Samedi, 5 mai

10H : Fabrizio AMERINI (University of Parma),
« Hervaeus Natalis’s Theory of Concept »
11H : Pause café
11H30 : David PICHÉ (Université de Montréal),
« The Ontological Status of Concepts According to Gerardus Bononiensis »
12H30 : Dîner
14H : Martin PICKAVE (University of Toronto),
« Ockham and his Contemporaries on a Medieval Version of the So-called Argument from Illusion »
15H : Pause café
15H30 : Jean-Luc SOLÈRE (Boston College),
« Durandus on the Intellect »
17H30 : Clôture de l’atelier

Université du Québec à Montréal
Pav. Thérèse-Casgrain
455, Boul. René-Lévesque Est
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