Schedule 2022

All times are New York time (EDT; UTC/GMT-4)

Sessions begin promptly at the scheduled time; Zoom sessions open ten minutes prior to start time

Wednesday – June 1

10:25–10:30 Welcome & announcements

Session 1 (10:30–11:45)

Scott MacDonald, Cornell University

Augustine on Divine Presence

11:45-12:15 Short break

Session 2 (12:15–13:30)

Sarah Byers, Boston College

Augustine’s So-Called ‘Divine Illumination’ Theory of Knowledge

13:30–14:15 Long break

Session 3 (14:15-15:30)

Susan Brower-Toland, St Louis University

Subjectivity and Activity: Olivi on Consciousness and the Soul

15:30 Hang time (for those interested in socializing)

 

Thursday – June 2

10:25–10:30 Welcome & announcements

Session 4 (10:30–11:45)

Nate Bulthuis, St Joseph’s University

Correspondence and Co-Supposition: Walter Burley on Truth

11:45-12:15 Short break

Session 5 (12:15–13:30)

Seyed Mousavian, Loyola University, Chicago

Avicenna, the Impossibilia, and The Letter

13:30–14:15 Long break

Session 6 (14:15-15:30)

Jeffrey Hause, Creighton University

Love Thy Neighbor with a Heavy Heart: Aquinas on the Value of Mercy

15:30 Hang time (for those interested in socializing)

Friday – June 3

10:25–10:30 Welcome & announcements

Session 7 (10:30–11:45)

Claus Andersen, University of South Bohemia

Angelo Volpe on ‘esse cognitum’ – The Beginnings of a Debate in 17th-Century Scotism

11:45-12:15 Short break

Session 8 (12:15–13:30)

Jacob Tuttle, Gonzaga University

Aquinas on Action, Passion, and Intrinsic Change

13:30–14:15 Long break

Session 9 (14:15-15:30)

Stephen Ogden, Notre Dame University

Al-Ghazali on taqlīd

15:30 Hang time (for those interested in socializing)