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11th ISIH Conference “Passionate Minds”

Bucharest, 26-28 May 2011

PROGRAMME





DAY 1 / THURSDAY 26 MAY / MORNING



9:00 – 9:30 WELCOMING ADDRESS (AULA)

Ioan Pânzaru, Rector of the University of Bucharest

Certainty and Emotion in Thomas Aquinas' Comment on Romans 8





9:30 – 10:00 INSTITUTIONAL NOTES: BCU & ICR (AULA)



10:00 – 10:30 REGISTRATION (RECEPTION HALL)



10:30 – 11:30 KEY NOTE (AULA)

Daniel Garber

Novatores





11:30 – 12:00 BRUNCH (RECEPTION HALL)



12:00 – 1:30 PAPERS AND PANELS


AULA
Papers: Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience

Chair: Laurenţiu Staicu
Tracie Matysik

Back to Spinoza: Lou Andreas-Salomé on Affective Narcissism



Bican Polat

Alternate Conceptions of Emotion in Contemporary Scientific Practices of Infant Attachment




MIRCEA TOMESCU” ROOM
Papers: Antiquity

Chair: Giuliano Gasparri
Mihaela Pop

The Black Bile and the Thymos Pathology in Ancient Medical Texts



Curie Virág

Empty and Full: Imagining the Heart-and-Mind in Early Chinese Thought




CAROL I” ROOM
Panel: Bacon and the Reformation of the Mind I – Bacon’s Passions

Chair: Koen Vermeir
Per Landgren

Sensus, cognitio, et historia. The Aristotelian Concept of Historia in the Late Renaissance: its Sensational and Epistemological Nature in Zabarella and Bacon

Jean-Pascal Anfray

The Uses of Rhetoric and Poetry in Bacon’s Handling of the Passions



Doina Cristina Rusu

Controlling the Passions: a Method for the Prolongation of Life


LUNCH BREAK





DAY 1 / THURSDAY 26 MAY / AFTERNOON



2:30 – 3:30

KEY NOTE (AULA)



Vlad Alexandrescu

Regius and Gassendi on the Human Soul





3:30 – 4:00 COFFEE BREAK (RECEPTION HALL)



4:00 – 7:00

PAPERS AND PANELS





AULA
Papers: Evolutionism, Phenomenology, Aesthetics, Epistemology

Chair: Tracie Matysik
Laurentiu Staicu

Darwin on Emotions



Adriana Sora

The Two Sides of a Mental State and Phenomenal Consciousness



Smaranda Aldea

Imagination and Empathy - Uniqueness of Thought in a Community of Thinkers



Rajesh Heynickx

Mapping a Borderline Zone. Aesthetics, Sacredness and Architecture in 1950’s Belgium



Murat Arici

Emotional Knowing as an Alternative to Knowing-that



MIRCEA TOMESCU” ROOM


Panel: The Unity and Coherence of Newton’s Thought: The Impact of the Extra-Scientific on the Practice of Natural Science

Chair: Ilie Pârvu
Grigore Vida

The Changing Fate of Newton’s Cosmology and the Interaction between Theology and Natural Science



Adrian Haret

Obscuring Light: The Debate around Newton’s Theory of Light and Color



Bryan Hall

Newton, Genius, and the Logic of Scientific Discovery



Sorin Costreie

Newton and Leibniz on Miracles



Katherine Dunlop

Newton on Active Principles and Conservation



CAROL I” ROOM


Panel: Bacon and the Reformation of the Mind II – Curing and Cultivating the Mind

Chair: Daniel Garber
Peter Harrison

Francis Bacon and the Fruits of the Cultura Animi



Sorana Corneanu

Francis Bacon on the Authority of the Imagination I



Koen Vermeir

Francis Bacon on the Authority of the Imagination II



Dana Jalobeanu

The Moral and Therapeutic Value of Natural History: Francis Bacon and the Senecan Tradition



Laura Georgescu

Francis Bacon’s Psychology of Scientific Discovery: the “Cured Mind” and the Possibility of Induction



Round table discussion

Bacon, the Passions, and the Reformation of the Mind






8: 00 COCKTAIL (CASA UNIVERSITARILOR)




DAY 2 / FRIDAY 27 MAY / MORNING



9:30 – 11:30

PAPERS AND PANELS





AULA
Papers: Early Modern and Enlightenment: Science of Mind and Science of Man

Chair: Martine Pécharmane
Vasiliki Grigoropoulou

Emotions and Self-Consciousness in Spinoza



Andrea Sangiacomo

What is a Human Being? Some Issues about Spinoza’s Anthropology



Markku Roinila

Leibniz and Locke on Modes of Pleasure and Pain



Leopold Hess

The Will and the Passions: Leibniz and Kant on the Psychology of Freedom




MIRCEA TOMESCU” ROOM


Panel: Crucifictions of Passion and Passivity across Philosophy and Literature

Chair: Laurent Milesi
Chris Muller

Anxiety as the “Passion” of Knowledge (Kierkegaard, Heidegger, Derrida)



Laurent Milesi

Primal Scenes of Modernity: The Phenomenologization of “Passion”



Arleen Ionescu

Pas (passive, passion) au-delà: Despair, Désoeuvrement, the Absurd and the Absolute

Ivan Callus

The Autothanatography of the Idea of Literature: Beyond Knowledge, Emotions and the Literary Absolute




PROFESSORS’ ROOM
Papers: Medieval and Renaissance

Chair: Sinai Rusinek
Arda Lanovia Antonescu

Risus Medievalis: Laughter and Religious Imagination in Medieval Exempla

Ann Moyer

Sympathy as a Concept in the Renaissance



Eva Del Soldato

Pompeo Della Barba, a Renaissance Physician and the Philosophy of Love



Maia Wellington Gahtan

The Emotional Content of Subjective Time in the Italian Renaissance





11:30 – 12:00 BRUNCH and BOOK LAUNCH (RECEPTION HALL)

(Vanishing Matter and the Laws of Motion: Descartes and Beyond, eds. Dana Jalobeanu and Peter R. Anstey, Routledge, 2010)





12:00 – 1:00

KEY NOTE (AULA)



Peter Harrison

Mastering Bestial Passions: Self Dominion and Dominion over Nature in Medieval and Early Modern Europe



LUNCH BREAK






DAY 2 / FRIDAY 27 MAY / AFTERNOON



2:00 – 4:30

PAPERS AND PANELS





AULA
Panel: The Intellectual History of Manuscript and Early Print Publishing

Chair: Eva Del Soldato
Ernst Gamillscheg

The Making of the Bibliotheca Universalis. Some Examples from the Codices Vindobonenses Graeci



Paul Gehl

Studium Famae: Textbook Authors and Markets



Cynthia M. Pyle

M. D. Feld and the Intellectual History of Early Printing



Kenneth Carpenter

Maury Feld and the Harvard Library Bulletin



Round table discussion

The Intellectual and Cultural Context of Early Modern Publishing in the Period of Overlap between Manuscripts and Printed Books



MIRCEA TOMESCU” ROOM


Panel: Conceptualizing and/or Educating Children’s Emotions

Chair: Philippe Bongrand
Claudia Wassmann

The Workbench of Psychology: Children’s Emotions in German Schools at the Turn of the 20th Century



Annette Mülberger & Mònica Balltondre

Testing Affectivity in Spanish Schools in the 1920s



Philippe Bongrand

Conceptualizing and/or Educating Children’s Emotions. The Educability of Children’s Emotions According to the French School of Characterology (1950s-1960s). Theories & Practices



Shaul Bar-Haim

Educational Goals in the Psychoanalytic Discourse: the Case of Michael Balint



CAROL I” ROOM


Papers: Early Modern: Theories of the Passions, Virtues, Vices and Representation

Chair: Ann Moyer
Sinai Rusinek

Envy and the Intellectual



Juhana Lemetti

Hobbes’s Theory of Passions and its Scientific Context 



Giuliano Gasparri

Theories of Emotion in Etienne Chauvin's Lexicon philosophicum



Abel B. Franco

Painting the Soul after Descartes: Charles Le Brun and the Expression of Emotions and Virtues



Elena Bonesi

The Use of Emotions in XVII Century Italy





4:30 – 5:00 COFFEE BREAK (RECEPTION HALL)



5:00 – 6:00

KEY NOTE (AULA)



Howard Hotson, Passionate Minds: Intellectual History, the ISIH and the Global Crisis in the Humanities



6:00 – 7:30 ISIH BOARD MEETING (AULA)



8:00 BANQUET (CASA UNIVERSITARILOR)




DAY 3 / SATURDAY 28 MAY / MORNING



9:30 – 11:30

PAPERS AND PANELS





AULA
Papers: Early Modern and Enlightenment: Political and Social Thought

Chair: Juhana Lemetti
Sarah Meier

Hobbes on the Passions, Bodies and the Body Politic



Theodore Christov

Between Humanity and Brutishness: Hobbes on Aristotle's Political Animality



Marko Simendić

From Human Nature to World Government: Thomas Hobbes’s Anthropology and Eschatology



Rudmer Bijlsma

Sympathy and Narrative in Spinoza and Hume




MIRCEA TOMESCU” ROOM


Panel: The Material Culture of Emotions: The 19th Century Approach

Chair: Javier Moscoso
Nike Fakiner

Material Properties and Subjective Experiences: the Distant Proximity of Gustav Zeiller`s Wax Models



Maria Gómez Garrido

Evocative Objects, Memory and Past Selves. The Experience of Remembering in Autobiographical Memory at the Turn of the 20th Century



Javier Moscoso

Anthropology, Fetishism and Material Culture at the Beginning of the 20th Century



Juan Manuel Zaragoza

The Silence of Sympathies. Emotional Spaces in the 19th Century



CAROL I” ROOM


Papers: The Arts and Communication

Chair: Mihaela Irimia
Lia Yoka

Knowledge and Emotionality in the Pose of Absorption: Revisiting Reading Women in Nineteenth-Century Painting



Petre-Marcel Vârlan

Music: Knowledge through Affection and Emotion

Hans Peter Söder

Avant-garde Literature and the www: Between Technoscience and Technologies of Communication



Claudiu Mesaros

The Passions in the Mind of the Audience. Publics of Popular Philosophy




11:30 – 12:00 BRUNCH (RECEPTION HALL)



12:00 – 1:00

KEY NOTE (AULA)



Roger Ariew

Knowledge and the Emotions in Descartes and Some Cartesians




LUNCH BREAK






DAY 3 / SATURDAY 28 MAY / AFTERNOON



2:00 – 4:30

PAPERS AND PANELS





AULA
Papers: Early Modern and Enlightenment: Ways to Knowledge

Chair: Abel Franco
Martine Pecharmane

Emotions and the Analysis of Thought: A Debate in Early Modern Linguistics



Constance Blackwell

Applied Methodical Doubt: The Philosopher’s Tale, the Historian of Philosophy’s Tale (Charron and Brucker)



Dolores Iorizzo

Medicine of the Mind and Regulation of the Body: Public Emotions and Private Passions in Early Modern Experimental Philosophy



Mihaela Irimia

'A race of Sibyls more refin'd / Here captivate the female mind': The Frivolous Way to Knowledge and 18th-Century Sociability

Clifford Earl Ramsey

“The Very Best Book for Information of Manners”: the Voice of Montaigne in the Later Poetry of Pope




MIRCEA TOMESCU” ROOM


Panel: Experimentalism and the Quest for Certainty in Cartesian Natural Philosophy

Chair: Roger Ariew
Epaminondas Vampoulis

Moral Certainty and the Knowledge of Human Body



Mihnea Dobre

Moral and Absolute Certainty in the Foundation of Cartesian Natural Philosophy



Patricia Easton

Desgabets on Certainty, the Senses, and Method



Madalina Giurgea

The Early Reception of Descartes’ Ideas on Certainty in England



Tammy Nyden

From Moral Certainty to Moral Evidentia: an Epistemological Shift in Leiden Physics Theatre



CAROL I” ROOM


Papers: Political, Social and Cultural History

Chair: Javier Moscoso
Oana Matei

Macaria and the Ethics of Direct Participation in the Transformation of the World



Raluca Alexandrescu

The Symbolist Historians and the Age of the "Irresistible Democracy". A Case Study of the French Influence in the Romanian 1848 Generation



Beatriz Helena Domingues

Emotions and Knowledge in the Search for Latin American Identity in the XX Century



Henrieta Anișoara Șerban

The Narrative Resources of Rationality and the Narrative Self in Politics



Georgiana-Virginia Bonea

Socio-Historical Perspective on Women's Freedom and Their Access to Education





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