Monthly Archives: December 2019

RiP Workshop: Programme and Schedule Changes

Please note that due to some last-minute cancellations, there are changes to the scheduled programme. The new programme is:


 Thu  December 12, 2019

13.00: Welcome Words

13.15-14.00: José Filipe Silva (Helsinki)Rationality in Perception: The framing of a research project

14.00-14.15: Coffee Break

14.15-15.15: Joël Biard (Tours)Temporality and small perceptions in the perceptual process (mid-                 fourteenth century) 

15.15-15.30 Coffee Break

15.30-16.30: Katja Krause (Berlin), Signum between Vision and Hearing in Select Medieval Parva naturalia Commentaries

16.30-16.45: Coffee Break

16.45-17.45: Peter King (Toronto)Perception Control Mechanisms


Fri  December 13, 2019

11.00-12.00: Jörg Tellkamp (Mexico City)Albert the Great and Thomas Aquinas on human perception

12.00-14.00: Lunch (for Speakers only)

14.00-15.00: Charles Ehret (Paris)Miracles in Perception? Sensible and Eucharistic Species in Aquinas

15.00-15.15: Coffee Break

15.15-16.00: Fabrizio Amerini (Parma)Aquinas on Perception and Rationality

16.00-16.15: Coffee Break

16.15-17.15: Robert Pasnau (Boulder, Colorado)Choosing to Believe


Sat  December 14, 2019

10.00-11.00: Anna Tropia (Prague)Is cognition only active? Problems sources and discussion around  the De origine natura et immortalitate animae by Juan Maldonado

11.00-11.30: Coffee Break

11.30-12.30: Michael Stenskjær Christensen (Copenhagen)Between texts: Discovering connections with network tools and methods (via Skype)

12.30-13.15: Post-RiP: Roundtable on medieval epistemology and philosophy of mind (led by Tuomas Vaura (Helsinki)