אירוע // כנס: מלוגוס אל פרסונה [ירושלים & מקוון] 5-7.10.21

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From Logos to Person

October 5-7, 2021
5th Interdisciplinary Conference at the Polis Institute
8 HaAyin Het St. – 9511208 Jerusalem Tel: +972 (0)747011048
logos-conference@polisjerusalem.org
www.polisjerusalem.org/research/conference-2021

למשתתפים פיזית רשומים בכנס ארוחת צהריים במקום החל מהשעה 12:30

Conference Program

Tuesday, October 5

13:45 -14:00 Presentation

14:00-15:15 Simultaneous Panels & discussion

Panel A1: Philology – Antiquity
John James: Sophist or Philosopher? Manipulation of Logos in Gorgias’ Not Being and Helen
Mateo Duque: An-other Socratic Method: Socratic Mimēsis in the "Hippias Major"
Yona L. Y. Gonopolsky: Ὁ δὲ ἐμβλέψας αὐτοῖς εἶπεν: on the Role of Eye Behavior in Verbal Interaction in Greek Narrative Prose

Panel B1: Philosophy – Antiquity
Juan Ignacio Riveros: Πρόσωπον and Λόγος in Platos' Republic
Magdalena Bosch: The human being in Aristotle as a precedent of the Boethian person
Jose Felipe Silva: Awareness and Personhood in Augustine

15:15-16:30 Simultaneous Panels & discussion

Panel A2: Philology – Post-Antiquity
Tzvi Schoenberg: The Revision of Hebrew Linguistic Theory in Thirteenth Century Kabbalah
Erik Ellis: In the Beginning was Discourse: Erasmian Logos and Popular Piety
Mark Saltveit: Notate verba, et signate mysteria (ROTAS-SATOR)

Panel B2: Philosophy – Middle Ages & Modernity
Reuven Kiperwasser: Soma and Persona: Rabbinic Perception of a Person
Jesse Sarneel: The human being in Aristotle as a precedent of the Boethian person
Joaquin Paniello: Self-possession as the constitutive act of a person

16:30-16:45 Coffee Break

16:45-17:35 Philology – Antiquity: Keynote speaker presentation & discussion
Hildegund Müller: Augustine’s practical conception of logos in his sermons on the Gospel of John

17:35-18:25 Philology – Antiquity: Keynote speaker presentation & discussion
Christophe Rico: Saying, being said and proceeding out of the mouth: how does it define us as persons? Some philological remarks from Scripture

18:25-18:40 Coffee Break

18:40-19:30 Philosophy – Middle Ages & Modernity: Keynote speaker presentation & discussion
Yitzhak Melamed: Spinoza on Aquinas on Divine Persona

19:30-20:20 Philosophy – Middle Ages & Modernity: Keynote speaker presentation & discussion
José Angel Lombo: Person as a rational subsistent in Aquinas

Wednesday, October 6

13:45 -14:00 Brief Introduction of Atrium Papers I

14:00-15:15 Simultaneous Panels & discussion

Panel C1: Exegesis
Yolanda Espiña Campos: Revelation and Metaphysics. A brief Reading of Ex. 3, 14 in Thomas Aquinas and some additional Considerations on German Idealism
José Ángel Domínguez: The Prophet's Voice and Identity: The Case of Obadiah
John Thuppayath: The Exegesis of Torah in the Book of Job: A Case For Joban (and Israelite) Philosophical Hermeneutics

Panel D1: Logos & Creation
Natan Behrendt de C.: Working and Ceasing to Work: The Creative ΛΟΓΟΣ [LOGOS] of Philo and John
Hasse Hämäläinen: The Loss of Logos: The Fall of Religious Rationalism in the late 18th Century
Oskari Juurikkala: Discovering creation as personal presence: From logos ut ratio to logos ut verbum

15:15-16:05 Sunni Islam – Creation: Keynote speaker presentation & discussion
Mustafa Abu Sway: Logos to Person in the Qur'an: "Be and it is"

16:05-16:55 Shia Islam – Logos: Keynote speaker presentation & discussion
Tahera Qutbuddin: Living Imam as Speaking Qurʾan: Fāṭimid-Ṭayyibī Shīʿa Doctrine in the Teachings of al-Qāḍi l-Nuʿmān (d. 974), al-Muʾayyad al-Shīrāzī

16:55-17:10 Coffee Break

17:10-18:00 Arab Traditions – Epistemology: Keynote speaker presentation & discussion
Taneli Kukkonen: Words and the Word in Arabic Philosophy: Shared Universe, Refracted Views

18:00-19:15 Simultaneous Panels & discussion

Panel D2: Medieval Traditions – Person & Creation
Romain Louge: The apparition of the concept of Person in the beginning of Arabic theology
Görge Hasselhoff: The Creation of Mankind according to Ramon Martí's "Pugio Fidei"
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Panel E1: Ethics
Henrique Schneider: Emulation as Worship of the Virtuous
Jordan Myers: Dealing with it: The Objective Attitude at a Cost to Human Status
Caridad Velarde: The contemporary debate on the notion of guilt and its relation to responsibility

19:15-20:30 Simultaneous Panels & discussion

Panel C2: Christian Theology
Silvia Mas: Levels of application of exegesis to the words πρόσωπον-persona in Origen and Tertulian
Camila Herrera-Pardo: How in Christ the contemplation of Logos became intimate friendship
Roomet Jakapi: Expressivism, Puzzling Persons, and the Trinity

Panel E2: Ethics & Technology
Nicholas Sparks: Towards a Hermeneutic Thomism: Rationality and Technological Mediation
Karen Lancaster: Deception and robotic personhood
Sharron Shatil: The Computational Model of Language and Subject

Thursday, October 7

13:45 -14:00 Brief Introduction of Atrium Papers II

14:00-15:15 Simultaneous Panels & discussion

Panel F1: Identity
Fabrizio Conti: The Preached Word and The Pagans: Maximus of Turin and the Shaping of Christian Identity in Late Antiquity (4th-5th Centuries CE)
Evgeniya Pesina: Identity of a human or a humane identity?
David van Schoor: Tinos Prosōpon: Dionysus’ Theatre and the Concept of Person

Panel G1: Contemporary Philosophy
J. Edward Hackett: Logos and Personality in Brightman's Personalistic Metaphysics
Kelby Bibler: A Phenomenology of Prayer from Simone Weil’s Concept of Attention
Valentina Gaudiano: The Word throughout many words: Logos becomes living Body. A phenomenological perspective

15:15-16:30 Panel & discussion

Panel F2: Philology – Post-Antiquity
Iris Guske: Reconstructing Transnational and Transhistorical Identities in Literary Fiction: Overcoming Différance by Using Pseudo Translation as a Deconstructive Framing Device
Sarit Cofman-Simhon: The Postvernacular Condition: Soundscapes of Jewish Languages in Israeli Theatre
Albert Lizandra-Prieto: Building knowledge by building language

16:30-16:45 Coffee Break

16:45-17:35 Individual and Collective Identity: Keynote speaker presentation & discussion
Ruth Fine: “How shall I know who am I?” Redefining the Individual and Collective Identity in the Writings of Authors of the Western Iberian Jewish Diaspora

17:35-18:25 Identity & Responsibility: Keynote speaker presentation & discussion
Giuseppe Veltri: Unicity or multiplicity of the person and her moral responsibility: Reading Simone Luzzatto’s Discourse (1638) and Socrates (1651)

18:25-18:40 Coffee Break

18:40-19:30 Contemporary Philosophy – Traמscendental Anthropology: Keynote speaker presentation & discussion
Mercedes Rubio: The Human Person: Status Quaestionis and Proposal for the 21st Century

19:30-20:20 Contemporary Philosophy – Personalism: Keynote speaker presentation & discussion
Juan Manuel Burgos: The Person in Personalism

20:20 20:50 Closing words and reception

https://www.polisjerusalem.org/research/conference-2021/

https://www.polisjerusalem.org/research/conference-2021/schedule/

מפרסם ההודעה
מרסדס רוביו מנהלת מחקר פוליס - המכון ללשונות ולמדעי הרוח בירושלים mercedes.rubio@polisjerusalem.org
כתובת מלאה
המכון פוליס ללשונות ומדע הרוח, רח' הע"ח 8, מוסררה. ירושלים
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