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Christian Philosophy: Its Past, Present and Future

W dniach 22–23 września 2020 roku odbyła się w Krakowie międzynarodowa konferencja „Christian Philosophy: Its Past, Present and Future”, podsumowująca projekt „Pomniki polskiej filozofii chrześcijańskiej XX wieku” i promująca jego rezultaty. Na konferencji zgromadzili się przedstawiciele filozofii chrześcijańskiej oraz inspirujący się nią badacze z różnych stron świata. W konferencji wzięło udział łącznie 42 uczestników z 23 ośrodków naukowych, z czego 21 osób reprezentowało uczelnie zagraniczne. Ze strony polskiej większość prelegentów stanowili wykonawcy projektu.

Poniżej udostępniamy program konferencji oraz nagrania z wystąpieniami prelegentów.

 

Tuesday, 22.09.2020

Session 1

Jean Gové (University of St. Andrews, UK), Extended Mind. Extended Self? Extended Soul?!

Jacek Surzyn (Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow, Poland), Faith and Reason: Reflections on Anselm of Canterbury’s “Unum Argumentum”

Anna Varga-Jani (Pázmány Péter Catholic University Budapest, Hungary), Husserlian Transcendental Idealism and the Question concerning Being: An Original Linkage between Phenomenology and Theology

Jakub Pruś (Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow, Poland), St. Ignatius’s Presupponendum as Christian Extension of the Principle of Charity in Argumentation Theory

Kingsley Mbamara Sabastine (John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland), Methods of Practicing Christian Philosophy with Specific Reference to Stanislaw Kaminski

Session 2

Special Session titled “Polish Christian Philosophy in XX century”, part 1 (session in Polish with English simultaneous translation)

Marek Urban (Pontifical University of John Paul II in Krakow, Poland), The Philosophy of History of Konstanty Michalski and the Challenges of Today

Zbigniew Pańpuch (John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland), The Most Significant Contributions of M.A. Krąpiec to Philosophical Realism [not available]

Artur Andrzejuk (Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw, Poland), A Consistent Thomism by Mieczysław Gogacz

Jarosław Jagiełło (Pontifical University of John Paul II in Krakow, Poland), Józef Tischner’s Metaphysical Anthropology [paper read by Piotr S. Mazur]

Paweł Skrzydlewski (The State School of Higher Education in Chełm, Poland), The Role of Latin Civilization in the Development of the Human Person

Keynote Lecture: Alexander Pruss (Baylor University, Waco, TX, USA), God and Beauty

Session 3

Dariusz Dańkowski (Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow, Poland), Discerned Justice and Discursive Justice in Dialogue

Parker Haratine (University of St. Andrews, UK), Augustine’s Theory of Illumination: A Case Study of Faith and Reason

Evelina Deyneka (University Paris 8 Vincennes – Saint-Denis, France), Defining Human Consciousness through the Concept of “Oneself as Another”: From the History of Christian Thought to the Contemporary Philosophy of Mind

Anthony W. Bartlett (Bethany Center for Nonviolent Theology and Spirituality, Syracuse, NY, USA), Dynamic Contemporary Replacement for Traditional Christian Concept “Soul”: Relatio aliter quam esse

Francisco Eduardo Plaza (University of St. Thomas, Houston, TX, USA), Christian Philosophy as an Existential Habitus

Session 4

Special Session titled “Polish Christian Philosophy in XX century” part 2 (session in Polish with English simultaneous translation)

Piotr Duchliński (Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow, Poland), Critical Rationalism and Christian Philosophy

Adam Świeżyński (Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw, Poland), Kazimierz Kłósak’s Understanding of Relations between Theology and the Natural Sciences

Józef Bremer & Jolanta Koszteyn (Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow, Poland), The Philosophical Thought of Piotr Lenartowicz

Adam Świeżyński (Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw, Poland), Kazimierz Kloskowski’s Concept of Philosophy of Nature

Jacek Grzybowski (Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw, Poland), “God or sacrum?”: Zofia J. Zdybicka Contribution to the Discussion About the Contemporary Meaning of Religion

Keynote Lecture: John Hittinger (University of St. Thomas, Houston, TX, USA), Ask, Seek, Knock: An Augustinian Motif for Christian Philosophy

Wednesday, 23.09.2020

Session 5

Anna Zhyrkova (Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow, Poland), Can We Predicate of and Speak about God, and What are the Rules for Doing So? On the Epistemological and Logical Premises of Conciliar Trinitarianism

Joshua Cedric A. Gundayao (University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines), De Triplicia Via: Revisiting St. Bonaventure’s Rectification of the Will in the Modern World

Marcin Podbielski (Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow, Poland), Trusting the Words, Trusting the Truth: How Theology Created the First Christian Philosophy

Silvia Parigi (Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici, Naples, Italy), Jesuits and Action at a Distance: Athanasius Kircher’s Universal Magnetism

Wojciech Szczerba (Evangelical School of Theology, Wrocław & Von Hügel Institute at St Edmund’s College, University of Cambridge), The Concept of Universal Salvation in the Thought of Friedrich Schleiermacher

 Session 6

Special Session titled “Polish Christian Philosophy in XX century”, part 3 (session in Polish with English simultaneous translation)

Piotr S. Mazur (Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow, Poland), Christian Philosophy: Its Struggles and Challenges

Ryszard Moń (Collegium Joanneum, Warsaw, Poland), The Experience of a Person as a Starting Point in the Search for Truth and Good. Philosophy of Tadeusz Styczeń

Andrzej Kobyliński (Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw, Poland), Józef Maria Bocheński vs. Tadeusz Ślipko: A Critical Analysis of Marxism and Communism from the Perspective of Christian Philosophy on Both Sides of the Iron Curtain

Ewa Podrez (Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw, Poland), Christian Ethics and its Relation to Culture. Reflections on the Existence of a Values

Maciej Bała (Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw, Poland), From a Foundation to a Phenomenon or from a Phenomenon to a Foundation? Two Polish Schools of Philosophy of Religion

Session 7

Anthony Chukwuebuka Ohaekwusi (John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland), Religion and Counterterrorism: Any Lessons from Christian Philosophy of Nonviolence?

Daniel Spencer (University of St. Andrews, UK), Mysticism and Philosophical Analysis: Some Christian Strategies

James D. Capehart, Étienne Gilson and Three Stages of His Christian Philosophy

Bálint Békefi (King’s Evangelical Divinity School, University of Chester, UK), Knowledge and the Fall in American Neo-Calvinism: Toward a Van Til-Plantinga Synthesis

Session 8

Grzegorz Hołub (Pontifical University of John Paul II in Krakow, Poland), Validity of Karol Wojtyła’s Philosophy Today

Enrico Cerasi (Vita-Salute San Raffaele University, Milan, Italy), George Lindbeck and Post-Liberal Theology

Alex R. Gillham (St. Bonaventure University, NY, USA), Epicurean Ethics, Completeness, and the Problem of Creation [not available]

Tommaso Manzon (University of Trento, Italy), On the Concept of Sapientiae Christianae in St. Bonaventure: The Itinerarium Mentis in Deum as a Framework for a Christian Approach to Human Knowledge

Keynote Lecture: Ted Peters (Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, CA, USA), Natural Science in Public Christian Philosophy and Public Systematic Theology

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