15 January 2021, 4.30 pm CET
Dominic Dold, Why do animals have parts? Organs and organisation in thirteenth- and fourteenth-century Latin commentaries on Aristotle’s De animalibus.
29 January 2021, 9.30 am CET
Joshua Mendelsohn, “Men go grey”: Robert Kilwardby and the logic of natural contingency.
12 February 2021, 9.30 am CET
Jenny Pelletier, What is it like to think about roses: Chatton and Wodeham on Objective Existence.
26 February 2021, 9.30 am CET
Christophe Geudens, The via antiqua vs. via moderna Approach to Modal Logic. The Case of John Fabri of Valenciennes (fl. c. 1500).
12 March 2021, 4.30 pm CET
Nicola Polloni, Medieval Universes in Disorder: Primeval Chaos, Ontological Roots, and Authoritative Coordinates.
26 March 2021, 4.30 pm CET
Lorenz Demey, Boolean considerations on John Buridan’s octagons of opposition
9 April 2021, 9.30 am CEST
Irene Binini, Possibility and Necessity in the Age of Abelard
23 April 2021, 4.30 pm CEST
Elena Baltuta, Naturalizing Intentionality: Why Medieval Intentionality is More Than a Feature of Our Cognitive Mental States
20 May 2021, 4.30 pm CEST [postponed]
Serena Masolini, Discussions on dominium at the Council of Constance (1414-1418).
28 May 2021, 9.30 CEST
Shahab Khademi, A way out of radical skepticism: Aquinas’ treatment of the brains in a vat hypothesis
11 June 2021, 9.30 am CEST
Yehuda Halper, Studying Dialectic in Hebrew: Aristotle’s Topics from Thought to Practice?
24 June 2021, 9.30 CEST
Zita Toth, From sine qua non to occasional causes.
2-3 September 2021
Knowability and the Limits of Knowledge
Workshop organised by Christophe Geudens and Zita Toth, hosted by the MeLO Seminar.
1 October 2021
The MeLO Seminar transmutes into something else, reshaped yet persisting in its open, friendly, and cutting-edge format. And it becomes the KU Leuven Colloquia in Medieval Philosophy or KUL-Comp! Take a look at the new website and fantastic programme.