Studying the Arts in Medieval Bohemia: Production, reception and transmission of knowledge at the Arts Faculty of Prague university in the Middle Ages (Deuxièmes rencontres de la Societas artistarum, Prague, 8-9 décembre 2016)

Organisation : Ota Pavlíček, Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Science

Lien : https://www.flu.cas.cz/images/akce/konference_workshopy/2016/Prague_Conference_Programme.pdf

L’affiche : https://ce.ff.cuni.cz/CE-4-version1-studying_arts_bohemia_poster.pdf

Programme :

8 Decembre

08:30 Registration

09:00 Opening of the Conference (Olga Weijers, President of Societas Artistarum; Mirjam Fried, Dean of the Faculty of Arts; Ondřej Ševeček, Director of the Institute of Philosophy)

SESSION I: PRAGUE QUODLIBETA WITH THEIR QUAESTIO PRINCIPALIS

09:15 Luigi Campi (Università degli Studi di Milano)

Anti-eternalism at the Prague Faculty of Arts in the Wake of Wyclif: Notes in the Margins of Matěj of Knín’s Quodlibet (1409)

09:45 Lukáš Lička (Faculty of Arts, University of Ostrava)

Optics at the Prague Faculty of Arts in the Middle Ages: the Case of John of Borotin

10:15 Discussion

10:30 Coffee break

SESSION II: METAPHYSICS AND LOGIC

10:45 Olivier Ribordy (Université de Fribourg, Faculté des Lettres)

Disputes métaphysiques autour de la matière à Prague et Salamanque. Impacts des thèses wycliennes sur les débats scolastiques

11:15 Miroslav Hanke & Ota Pavlíček (Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences)

Jerome of Prague’s Argumenta sophistica: Towards a New Critical Edition

11:45

Discussion

12:00 Conference lunch (speakers & invited guests only)

SESSION III: THE DRESDEN SCHOOL

13:30 Petra Mutlová (Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University)

The Dresden School at Prague University: Texts and their Authors

14:00 Annemieke Verboon (Faculty of Arts, University of Helsinki)

Teaching Sense-Cognition from a Prague Manual in Leipzig University

14h30 Discussion

14h45 Coffee break

SESSION IV: WEATHER FORECASTING AND MYTHS

15h00 Barbora Kocánová (Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences)

Who Cares about Weather? Weather Forecasting of Medieval Czech Scholars

15h30 Alena Hadravová (Institute for Contemporary History, Czech Academy of Sciences)

Two newly identified copies of the so called Vatican Mythographer II in Latin manuscripts of Czech provenience

16h00 Discussion

16h30 Excursion

19h30 Conference Dinner (for invitees &participants with a paper)

9 Decembre

SESSION V: THE PRAGUE THREAD IN SCHOLASTIC TRADITIONS

9h00 Krystyna Krauze-Błachowicz (Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw)

A Prague Thread in the History of Speculative Grammar in the 15th Century Cracow?

9h30 Pavlína Cermanová (Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences)

The Prague Scholastic Career of Secretum secretorum

10h00 Pavel Blažek & Pavlína Cermanová (Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences)

Two anonymous commentaries on the Secretum secretorum and on De pomo. Preliminary remarks on the Ms. Prague, KNM XIII F 8

10h15 Discussion

10h30 Coffee break

SESSION VI: CLASHES AT THE FACULTY OF ARTS

10h45 Maciej Stanek (Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw)

Remarks on the Problem of Universalia Realia in Cracow and Prague at the Turn of the 15th Century

11h15 Jiří Petrášek (Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences)

Darf ein ungerechter Mensch die bona temporalia tatsächlich besitzen? Eine Quästion des Gallus von Neumark (Havel z Úterého) und seine Position im Hus Quodlibet aus dem Jahr 1411

11h45 Discussion

12h00 Lunch break

SESSION VII: STUDYING ARISTOTLE AT THE FACULTY OF ARTS

13h30 Monika Mansfeld (University of Silesia in Katowice)

Prolegomena to a Study of John’s of Münsterberg Commentary on the Metaphysics

14h00 Pavel Blažek (Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences)

Studying Aristotle in mid-fifteenth century Prague: Alexander of Trebovia’s collection of Aristotle commentaries (1449)

14h30 Discussion

SESSION VIII: STUDYING ARISTOTLE OUTSIDE THE FACULTY OF ARTS

14h45 Hana Šedinová (Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences)

Ut dicit Aristoteles: Gli enigmatici nomi di animali nel Glossario di Claretus e la loro origine nella traduzione araba e latina degli scritti zoologici di Aristotele

15h15 Milan Žonca (Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences)

Greek Wisdom in Jerusalem: Medieval Jewish Encounters with Aristotelian Texts in and Around Prague

15h45 Discussion

16h00 Closing remarks


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