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Russian School of Anthropogy (RSUH)

Philosophy Department of the Higher School of Economics

St. Petersburg Plato Philosophical Society

Center of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy and Science of the Institute of Philosophy (RAS)

 

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE "PLATO AND PLATONISM IN EUROPEAN CULTURE"

September 6-8, 2012

Conference Program

Plenary panels 1-2  

Session 1. Plato: philosophy, dialectics, rhetoric

Session 2. Searching for new approach to Plato and Corpus Platonicum

Session 3. Reception of Platonism in the European culture

Session 4. Neoplatonism and patristics

Plenary session, Platonism in literature and art  

Session 5. Platonism and the political philosophy

Round Table "Plato in Russia"

Workshops on Platonic dialogues  


September 06, Thursday

PM 9.30 - 10.00 - Registrations

10.00-11.30 - Plenary panels 1-2

Moderation - Irina PROTOPOPOVA, Russian Anthropological School, Russian State University for Humanities, Moscow

Conference Opening

Roman SVETLOV, S. Petersburg State University, Russian Platonic Society

Vyatcheslav IVANOV, Russian State University for Humanities, < > Moscow State University , Moscow-Los-Angeles.  Early East Indo-European mythic-poetical origins of Plato's terminology

Alexey GLOUKHOV, Institute for Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, < > Moscow . The reality of Plato's philosophy

11.30-12.00 - Light snack, coffee

12.00-18.00 - 4 Sessions

Session 1.Plato: philosophy, dialectics, rhetoric

12.00-14.00. Lecture room 273.

Moderation - Alexey GLOUKHOV, Institute for Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

Andrey SERYOGIN, Institute for philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences. Dogmatic, antidogmatic and dialogical approaches to interpreting Plato

V. SEMENOV, Moscow. The ontological and epistemological transcendentalism of Plato.

Adam ROTH, The Harrington School of Communication and Media, The < > University of Rhode Island . On paideia and rhetorics.

Rustam GALANIN, Russian Christian-Humanitarian Academy , < > St. Petersburg . Rhetoric and Philosophy in Plato's Phaedrus

Ivan OSTCHEPKOV, Moscow State University . "The gift of Gods" in Philebus: Plato's Pythagorizing

Dmitry BOUGAY, Moscow < > State University . "The city of pigs" in Republic

14.00-15.00 - Lunch

15-00-17.30. Lecture room 273.

Moderation - Alexander MIKHAYLOVSKY, National State University "Higher School of Economics"

Elena V. ALYMOVA, St. Petersburg State University. Tragedy of Euripides Helen in the light of the philosophical discussions of the 5th century B.C.: the Sophists, Socrates, Plato

M. VARLAMOVA, S. Petersburg. On the history of a parricide, or the Plato’s division of being.

Marina WOLF, Institute for philosophy and law, Russian Academy of Sciences. A philosophical search and the paradox of Meno.

V. ROCHMISTROV, S. Petersburg. Method of Parmenides as a true instrument of philosophical sciences (demonstration on the solution of the antinomies of the Kant’s pure reason ).

Igor GONTCHAROV, Syktyvkar State University. "The way upwards and downwards" in the dialectics of wisdom: ethos of non-being  in Plato's rationalism.

Session 2. Searching for new approach to Plato and Corpus Platonicum

Moderation - Yuri SHICHALIN, Institute for philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences.

12.00 – 14.00. Lecture room 228.

Prof. Y.A. Shichalin. (Moscow). The new approach to the chronology of the Corpus Platonicum.

S.А. Melnikov. (Moscow). Plato’s dialogue Euthydemus and history of ancient Platonism.

Prof. I.E. Suricov. (Moscow). Athens and the Greek world in Plato’s epoch. Political history and trends in ideological life.

Prof. R.V. Svetlov. (Saint-Petersburg). Socrates and Spartians.

14.00 -15.00. Social dinner

15.00-18.00. Lecture room 228.

Moderation - A.A. Rossius. (Moscow).

Dr. Alessandro Stavru. (Würzburg). Erotic patterns in the Sōkratikoi logoi.

A. Zolotukhina. (Moscow). Crito in the Corpus Platonicum.

Prof. A.A. Rossius. (Moscow). The authenticity of the Crito: pro et contra.

O. Alieva. (Moscow). Elenchus and ‘what is not’: the Sophist vs. the Gorgias.

Irina MOCHALOVA. The "enigma" of Plato: on basic trends in contemporary Russian Platonic studies (from the second half of the 20th century)

S.V. Karavaeva. (Moscow). Plato’s Philebus in the context of Aristotle’s search for the first elements and reasons.

Session 3. Reception of Platonism in the European culture

12.00-14.30. Lecture room 429.

Moderation - Alexander MIKHAYLOVSKY, National State University "Higher School of Economics"

Marianna SHAKHNOVICH. Colotes and his Polemics against Academics

Dmitry SHMONIN, S. Petersburg. The Academy and scholastic academism: an example of Jesuit education of the 16th - early 17th century.

Konstantin BANDUROVSKY, Russian State University for Humanities. Criticism of Plato's gnoseology in Thomas Aquinus

Alexander MARKOV, Moscow. Terminological inconsistency of Platonist argument of the immortality of soul as revealed in the age of Counter-reformation and conception of motion in early modern science.

Inna Lisovich, Kazan State University for Culture and Fine Arts. Renaissance Neo-Platonism and experimental cognition in Early Modern science.

Tatiana LEVINA, National Research University "Higher School of Economics". Platonism in Analytic Metaphysics

Session 4. Neoplatonism and patristics

15.00-18.00. Lecture room 429.

Moderation - Valery Petrov

Nadezhda VOLKOVA, Moscow. Plutarch and Plotinus as exegetes of Plato's Timaeus

Dmitry KURDYBAILO, S. Petersburg State Univsersity. Number, Being, and Space in the Philosophy of Plotinus

Maya PETROVA, Moscow . Polemic between Epicureans and Platonists concerning the use of myth in philosophy as presented in Nacrobius' commentary on the dream of Scipio

Dmitry KURDYBAILO, S. Petersburg State Univsersity. Number, Being, and Space in the Philosophy of Plotinus

Igor BERESTOV, Novosibirsk State University . Plotinus's neutralisation the proofs (via regressus ad infinitum) for impossibility to connect somehow something with something

Valery PETROFF, Institute for philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences. Anagogic prayer in Iamblichus and Proclus and its reception in Christian Neoplatonism

Filip IVANOVIC, Faculty of Humanities, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim. Participation in Dionysius the Areopagite

September 07, Friday

11.00-12.00. Lecture room 273. - Plenary session, Platonism in literature and art

Moderation - Irina Protopopova

Nikolay GRINTSER, Russian State University for Humanities. Platonic etymologies: meaning and context

Nina BRAGINSKAYA, Russian State University for Humanities. Plato and theater

12.00-12.15 - Light snack, coffee

Session 5. Platonism and the political philosophy

Moderation - Roman Svetlov.

Gassan GUSSEINOV, Moscow. On new interpretation of social body and communication in context of different national variations (if any) of "platonism"

Irina MAKAROVA, National State University "Higher School of Economics". The law and political virtues in Plato

Yuri ASSOYAN, Russian < > State University for Humanities. Platonic paideia in Heidegger and Jaeger

Alexander MICHAILOVSKY, Higher School of Economics . Philosophy as esoteric knowledge in Plato and Heidegger

Michail MAIATSKY, Higher School of Economics . Denazification of Plato in post-war Germany

Andrey OLEYNIKOV, Russian State University for Humanities. Plato in Leo Strauss

Ekaterina KOSTITSYNA, Russian State University for Humanities. "Plato and Rome" in the political theory of Hannah Arendt

15.00-16.00 - Lunch.

16.00-17.00 - Plenary Session, Plato in Russia. Lecture room 273.

Moderation - Irina Protopopova

Yuri TIKHEYEV, Russian State University for Humanities. A. Losev and German Platonic studies of the first half of the twentieth century

Valery PETROFF, Institute for philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences. Plato and his doctrine in Sigizmund Krzyzanowski (1887-1950).

17.00-18.00 - Round Table "Plato in Russia. Lecture room 228"

Moderation - Michail MAIATSKY.

Vyacheslav IVANOV. On the first translations of Plato in the 18th century

Andrey ROSSIUS. The Russian text of Plato: the contemporary state

Irina MOCHALOVA. The "enigma" of Plato: on basic trends in contemporary Russian Platonic studies (from the second half of the 20th century)

Vyatcheslav IVANOV, Russian State University for Humanities, < > Moscow State University , Moscow-Los-Angeles. Plato and Pasternac

Fourchette

September 08, Saturday

10.00-14.00 - Workshops on Platonic dialogues

Alexey ROMANOV, Riga-Moscow. Phaedo

Irina PROTOPOPOVA, Moscow. Sophistes

Roman SVETLOV, S. Petersburg State University. Politikos

D. DOROPHEEV, S. Petersburg. Symposion.