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Subjectivité et sociabilité dans les traditions arabe et latine

Subjectivity and Sociability in the Arabic and Latin Traditions

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Publié le jeudi 21 avril 2011 par Loïc Le Pape


The general theme of the workshop is to explore the notions of subjectivity in the contexts of moral and political philosophy from Late Antiquity to Early Modern period. In more precise terms, the workshop concentrates on the various ways in which human subjectivity figures in discussions concerning human sociability, and how the conceptions of human experience, agency, consciousness, self-consciousness, emotions, and intersubjectivity appear in political contexts. By addressing the interplay between political philosophy and philosophical psychology in different historical and intellectual contexts, the workshop will further philosophical understanding of the nature of subjectivity within social context and elucidate affiliations and parallel developments within different traditions.


Subjectivity and Sociability in Arabic and Latin Traditions.


14:00 Opening

14:10 Anthony Black : Violence and Consent: Individual, Tribe and State in Latin and Arabic Thought.

15:10 Coffee

15:30 Thérèse Druart : Al-Farabi on Intersubjectivity in This Life and Thereafter.

16:30 Mikko Yrjönsuuri : Self-interest and Others.


10:00 Dominic O'Meara : The Metaphysics of Sociability in Greek Neoplatonism.

11:00 Juhana Toivanen : Human Nature and Sociability in Aquinas' Commentary on Aristotle's Politics.

12:00 Lunch

14:00 Gianluca Briguglia : Narrations des origines et de la socialité dans la pensée politique du XIIIe et XIVe siècle.

15:00 Rebecca Kingston : Descartes' Les Passions de l'ame and Its Impact on Our Understanding of the Emotions.


10:00 Philippe Vallat : Can Man Assess God's Goodness? A Controversy between Abu Bakr al-Razi (d. 925) and the Mu'tazili Theologians.

11:00 Sylvain Piron : L'anthropologie politique de Nicole Oresme.

12:00 Coffee

12:15 Taneli Kukkonen : "Everyone is born with a sound disposition": On Education Going Wrong (and on Religion Putting Things to Rights)

13:15 Closing

The workshop is organized by an ERC research project Subjectivity and Selfhood in the Arabic and Latin Traditions. The entry is free to everyone interested.

More information:


  • 60 rue des écoles (Institut finlandais)
    Paris, France


  • jeudi 28 avril 2011
  • vendredi 29 avril 2011
  • samedi 30 avril 2011

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  • subjectivité, sociabilité, philosohphie, politique, psychologie


  • Juhana Toivanen
    courriel : juhana [dot] toivanen [at] jyu [dot] fi

Source de l'information

  • Juhana Toivanen
    courriel : juhana [dot] toivanen [at] jyu [dot] fi

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