13th Century English Franciscans
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All are welcome to join us on Zoom on a series of 4 Friday mornings (EST) in July and August 2020 for a series of presentations on 13th Century English Franciscans (and a few on the early Franciscan Summa Halensis), sponsored by the ERC Project on Early Franciscans at King's College London.
There is NO NEED to register on Eventbrite in advance, though this is encouraged, so we can provide information and any updates to participants.
24 July, 9-12am EST / 2-5pm UK time
31 July, 9-12am EST / 2-5pm UK time
7 August, 9-12am EST / 2-5pm UK time
14 August, 9-12am EST / 2-5pm UK time
9am: Nicola Polloni (Berlin): Roger Bacon on the Conceivability of Matter
10am: Simon Kopf: Providence in the Summa Halensis: Between Authority and Innovation
11am: Neil Lewis (Georgetown): The Debate over the Unicity of Truth in the early Oxford Franciscan School
9am: José Filipe Pereira da Silva (Helsinki): John Pecham on Human Cognition
10am: Riccardo Saccenti (Bergamo): The Form of the Body: John Peckham's Critique of Aquinas's Doctrine of the Soul and the Summa Halensis
11am: Martin Pickavé (Toronto): Roger Marston on Perception and Cognition
9am: Fiorella Retucci (Cologne): Intersecting Wisdom in the Middle Ages: Thomas of York and His Sources
10am: Jeremiah Hackett (South Carolina): Roger Bacon’s Mathematical Theology: The Transition from the Method of the Schools to His New Method in Philosophy and Theology
11am: Richard Cross (Notre Dame): The Summa Halensis in the Christological Taxonomies of the 17th Century
9am: Giles Gasper (Durham): How to Teach the Franciscans: Robert Grosseteste and the Oxford Community of Franciscans c. 1229-1235
10am: Rega Wood (Stanford University): Ockham’s Razor and the Soul in Richard Rufus of Cornwall and His Contemporaries
11am: Lydia Schumacher (King’s College London)/Sophie Delmas (Paris—TBC)
Organizer: Dr Lydia Schumacher, ERC Project Authority & Innovation in Early Franciscan Thought (c. 1220-45), King's College London
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