Conference in Münster on Philo

Michael Cover informs us that on May 12-13 this year, there will be a conference in Münster on Philo: “a Tagung that Lutz Doering and I have put together in connection with my Humboldt Fellowship at the Institutum Judaicum Delitzschianum.”
There will be 7 papers, and all sessions will receive a response by David T. Runia.
Michael Cover states that “If you are in Europe or would otherwise like to attend, please register with Maria Arnhold (arnhold@uni-muenster.de) by 3 May 2019. Also, we would appreciate it if you might pass on the information to other colleagues and students who might be interested.
Here is more info on the various papers to be presented:
Philo of Alexandria and Philosophical Discourse
12–13 May 2019
SUNDAY CONFERENCE VENUE
Evangelisch – Theologische Fakultät
Universitätsstraße 13-17, Raum ETH 102
SESSION ONE – PHILO JUDAEUS IN DIALOGUE WITH
PHILOSOPHICAL SCHOOLS AND TRADITIONS
13.00–13.15 Welcome and Opening Remarks
13.15–14.15 “Philo’s Library and the Libraries of
Philosophical Schools”
Gregory Sterling, Yale Divinity School
14.45–15.45 “The Difficulty of Being Theologically and
Philosophically Orthodox: Reincarnation and Afterlife as
a Test Case”
Rainer Hirsch-Luipold, Universität Bern
SESSION TWO – PHILO’S PHILOSOPHICAL TREATISES:
THE CASE OF QUOD OMNIS PROBUS LIBER SIT
15.45–16.45 “Exemplary Ethics in Philo’s Every Good
Man is Free
Maren Niehoff, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
17.15–18.15 “Stoicism, Platonism and Judaism in the
Omnis Probus: Philo’s Authorial Stance”
Troels Engberg-Pedersen, University of Copenhagen
RESPONSE
18.15–18.45 Response to Sessions One & Two
David Runia, The Institute for Research & Critical Inquiry,

Australian Catholic University

MONDAY CONFERENCE VENUE
Institutum Judaicum Delitzschianum
Wilmergasse 1
SESSION 3 – PHILO AND SCEPTICAL PHILOSOPHY
9.00–10.00 “Is Philo’s Moses a Pyrrhonian Hero?”
Carlos Lévy, Université Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV)
10.30–11.30 “Scepticism and Contemplation in Philo of
Alexandria”
Mauro Bonazzi, University of Utrecht
SESSION FOUR – PHILO’S PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE
14.00–15.00 “What’s in a Name Change? Neo-
Pythagorean Arithmology and Middle-Platonic
Namewrights in Philo’s Orchard of Philosophy”
Michael Cover, Marquette University / Humboldt Fellow,
WWU Münster
RESPONSE
15.30–16.00 Response to Sessions Three & Four
David Runia, IRCI, Australian Catholic University
16.00–16.30 Summary Discussion
Lutz Doering, WWU Münster, moderator

 

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