International Conference for
Medieval Philosophy of Words


date: 2-3/November/2007
venue: Rooms 296 and 224, Faculty of Law & Letters Bldg.2, Hongo Campus, The University of Tokyo


Speakers: John MARENBON(Trinity College, Cambridge)
Irčne ROSIER-CATACH (CNRS, Paris 7/EPHE)
IWAKUMA Yukio, SHIMIZU Tetsuro
et al.
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Schedule

2. Nov / Room 296
(=Big Room No.3 )
13:00-14:00
        Registration and Coffee at Room 26
14:00-16:00
Workshop
16:30-18:30
Session 1: GRAMMATICALIA
  • Franck CINATO (EPHE): Marginalia in 9th-Century manuscripts quoting from a Priscian commentary by Iohannes Scotus
  • Izumi SEKIZAWA (Paris VII): Innateness of what? - a 'language instinct' debate in the thirteenth century

19:00-
        Reception

3. Nov / Room 224
(=Big Room No.1 )
10:00-12:00
Session 2: FROM THE ANCIENT HERITAGE
  • Chrsitophe ERISMANN (Cambridge): Early medieval theories on the reference of negative terms
  • Julie BRUMBERG-CHAUMONT (CNRS): The semantics of proper names in the time of Abelard : ancient sources and medieval discussions

14:00-16:00
Session 3: QUESTION OF LANGUAGE IN MULTIPLE CONTEXTS
  • Dominique POIREL (IRHT): Language and theology in the Parisian school of Saint-Victor
  • Margareta FREDBORG: The Grammar and Rhetoric offered to John of Salisbury

16:30-18:30
Session 4: WORDS AND THINGS
  • Irčne ROSIER-CATACH (CNRS/EPHE): The Glosulae in Priscianum : semantics and universals
  • John MARENBON (Trinity/Cambridge): Words, thoughts and things in Gilbert of Poitiers and Abelard


Update: 30/Oct/2007
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