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PROGRAMME

 

Ancient Ideas in the Contemporary World

The reception of the Ancient Political Theory in the Contemporary Political Philosophy

Madrid November 14-15 2013

 

 14.11.2013

 

Plenary sessions

9:00-10:00

Barbara Zehnpfennig (Passau Universität): “Platon in der Gegenwart”

10:00-11:00

Emmanuelle Jouët-Pastré (Université de Toulouse): “La République de Platon lue par Alain Badiou: la critique des quatre régimes précommunistes”

11:00-11:30 Coffee break

11:30-11:50

Elena Irrera (Università degli Studi di Bologna): “Placing respect in the foreground Plato on different kinds of recognition”

11:50-12:10

Piotr Swiercz (Jesuit University Ignatianum in Cracow): “Voegelin. Plato. Transcendence. Politics. A Few Remarks about Transcendent Reception

of Non-Transcendent Concept as a Fundament of Political Project”

12:10-12:30

Ana Guerra Ribeiro de Oliveira (Universidade  Federal de Minas de Gerais) - Rodrigo Antonio Calixto de Pina Gomes Mello (Universidade  Federal de

Minas de Gerais): “The Democratic Rule of Law and the Recovery of the Liberty of the Ancients”

12:30-13:00

Discussion

13:00-13:20

Demetra Fannie Kasimis (California State University): “Classical Greek Theory and the Politics of Immigration”

13:20-13:50

Discussion

 

13.50-15.30  Lunch

 

15:30-16.15

Eduardo González Calleja (UC3M): “Sobre el concepto y variantes del totalitarismo”

16.15 –17:00

Franco Trabattoni (Università degli Studi di Milano): Le critiche 'liberali' al pensiero politico di Platone

17:00-17:15 Coffee break

17:15-17:35 

George Duke (Deakin University, Australia): “Aristotle and the Authoritativeness of Political Science”

17:35-17:55

María José Martín Velasco (Universidad de Alicante): “La auctoritas del orador en el proceso de la persuasión”

17:55-18:15

Rosalía Rodríguez López (Universidad de Almería): “De la literatura política protobizantina a la legislación Justinianea”

18:15-18:35

Discussion

18:35-18.55

Daniel Mielgo Bregazzi (Real Colegio Complutense, Harvard): “The History of Representation. An Overview”

18:55-19:15

Andityas Soares de Moura Costa Matos (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais): “O estoicismo imperial como momento da ideia de justiça”

19:15-19:35

Enrique Herreras (Universitat de València): “La actualidad de las tragedias áticas como mitos democráticos”

19:35-20:00

Discussion

 

 

15.11.2013

 

Plenary sessions 

09:00-10:00 

  Salvador Mas (UNED): “La recepción de Roma en los fascismos Europeos”

10:00-11:00

Christoph Horn (Universität Bonn): “The Ancient Idea of Political Perfectionism and its Contemporary Counterpart”

11:00-11:15 Coffee Break

11:15-11:35

Jun Su (Trinity College, Dublin): “Wisdom and Prudence: Aristotle’s Two Ways?  An internal approach to Aristotle’s concept of happiness”

11:35-11:55

John R. Wallach (City University of New York): “Against Dichotomies and Synecdoches: Overcoming the Ancient/Modern Problematic for the

Reception of Ancient Political Theory”

11:55-12:15

Katarzyna Kolakowska (The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin): “Voegelin. Rhetoric and Politics in Aristotle”

12:15-12:30

Discussion

12:30-12:50

Charles Bartlett (Harvard University): “A Comparison Between Just War Theory and Imperialism In Republican Rome and the United States”

12:50-13:10

Jay R. Elliott (Bard College, NY): “Rawlsian Congruence and the Legacy of Ancient Political Thought”

13:10-13:30

Robert R. Gallagher  (American University of Beirut): “An Aristotelian direction to a problem in contemporary political economy”

13:30-13:50

Discussion

 

13.50-15.30 Lunch

 

Plenary session

15.30-16.30 

Manuel Knoll (Bogaziçi University): “How Aristotelian is Martha Nussbaum's capabilities approach?”

16.15-16.30 Coffee Break

16:30-16:50

Annie S. Hewitt  (Luis Guido Carli University, NY): “The Eumenides and Psychological and Political Impasse”

16:50-17:10

Laura Candiotto (University Ca Foscari, Venice): “Leonard Nelson: il dialogo socratico come pratica di libertà contro il totalitarismo”

17:10-17:30

Carol Atack  (University of Cambridge): “The philosopher and his equals: Jacques Rancière and Alain Badiou in dialogue with Plato”

17:30-17:50

Ronald Weed (University of New Brunswick) "aristotle and rawls on Conflict and the Fragility of Consensus: democratic Envy, Distributive

Expectations and Perceptions of Injustice"

17:50-18:10

Penelope Frangakis (The University of Sidney): “The reception of Ancient Greek Political Theory in Contemporary Political Philosophy”

18:20-18:30

Discussion

 

18:30: End of the meeting

 

 

 

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