2012 Summer Colloquium


Andy Arlig, Brooklyn College

Matthew Baddorf, University of Rochester

Emmanuel Bermon, University of Bordeaux

Pascale Bermon, Le CNRS, Paris – Animal predators and their prey: Nic. Eth. 1118ab and its citations in the work of Thomas Aquinas

Deborah Black, University of Toronto

Charles Brittain, Cornell University – Gaudium de veritate: Confessions 10.33

Jeff Brower, Purdue University – Aquinas’s Ontology

Susan Brower-Toland, St Louis University – Olivi on Consciousness: Phenomena, Metaphysics, Epistemology

Francesca Bruno, Cornell University

Nate Bulthuis, Cornell University

Brian Conolly, Bard College at Simon’s Rock

Antoine Côté, University of Ottawa – Durand of Saint-Pourçain and Radulphus Brito on the Object of Intellection

Kendall Englund, Syracuse University

Justin Grace, Tarrant County College

Theodore Harwood, Cornell University

Jeff Hause, Creighton University – I’m Only Telling You because I Love You: The (Un?)charitable Act of Fraternal Correction

Erik Kenyon, Cornell University/Rollins College

Neil Lewis, Georgetown University – Grosseteste on Time

Scott MacDonald, Cornell University – Revisiting the Intelligibles: Conf. 10 & De trin. 12

R. J. Matava, Christendom College

Stephen Ogden, Yale University

Martin Pickavé, University of Toronto – Peter Auriol and a Medieval Debate about the Nature of Cognition

Giorgio Pini, Fordham University – Wishing for the impossible: Scotus on Lucifer’s sin

Sydney Penner, Merton College, Oxford – Aquinas on Lies, Promises, and Happiness

Kara Richardson, Syracuse University

Michael Siebert, University of Toronto

Mary Sirridge, Louisiana State University – Where Did Material Supposition Come From? Grammarians on Language about Language

Dave Zettel, Cornell University