Matters Entangled.
An Early-Career Symposium

FRIDAY, 12 JULY 2019

Institut für Philosophie, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin,
Invalidenstrasse 110, Berlin, Room 231

Programme

9.30-10.00
Opening of the Symposium

Session 1

10.00-10.30
Vincenzo Carlotta (HU Berlin), Sublunary Elements and Heavenly Movements: Natural and Alchemical Generations of Metals

10.30-11.00
Kosta Gligorijevic (HU Berlin), The aether analogy in Aristotle’s Generation of Animals II.3

Session 2

11.30-12.00
Shivani Agrhari (University of Delhi), The concept of Matter in Classical Indian Philosophy

12.00-12.30
Larissa Gniffke (HU Berlin), Food for Thought. The emergence and evolution of nourishment metaphors in medieval Philosophy of Mind

Session 3

14.00-14.30
Dominic Dold (MPIWG), Discovering causes through division: some medieval reflections on Posterior Analytics II.14.

14.30-15.00
Michele Meroni (Università Statale di Milano / LMU München), “Medicus, qui particularis est physicus”: medicine as a part of natural philosophy in Albert the Great?

Session 4

15.30-16.00
Nathaniel Taylor (Marquette University), The Place of “Being” in the Definition of Substance: a Notable Development in a Neoplatonic Debate concerning Matter

16.00-16.30
Ed Reno (Independent Researcher), Inner Sense Deflated.

Session 5

17.00-17.30
Thomas Harb (HU Berlin), Suárez on the diminution of properties and capacities

17.30-18.00
Fabio La Stella (HU Berlin), Unextended extension

Closure of the Symposium

Elena Baltuta (HU Berlin) and Nicola Polloni (HU Berlin), The Closing Matter

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