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Conference on Aristotle, Literature, Renaissance

John Case, Frontispiece from the Sphaera Civitatis, 1588, Case JO .148

John Case, Frontispiece from the Sphaera Civitatis, 1588, Case JO .148

Friday, September 22, 2000Saturday, September 23, 2000
Center for Renaissance Studies Programs
Medieval Studies Program
Early Modern Studies Program

Sponsored by the University of Chicago; and by the Department of French and Italian, the Anonymous Fund, the Institute of Research in the Humanities, and the Humanities Center of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Friday, September 22, at the Newberry Library

Ruling the Unruly: Classical Regularity and Aristotle’s Forms of Knowledge

Richard Goodkin, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Théories des mediétés à la Renaissance: lecture de l’Ethique à Eudème

Pierre Marechaux, Université de Tours (now at Université de Nantes)

Dryden and the Cosmopolitan Mean

Joshua Scodel, University of Chicago

Women and the Public Sphere in Renaissance Tuscany

Jane C. TyIus, University of Wisconsin-Madison (now at New York University)

Aristotélisme et néo-platonisme dans les dialogues de Guy de Bruès

Béatrice Périgot, Université de Nice

Saturday, September 23, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

Aristotelian Friendship and Renaissance Letters

Kathy Eden, Columbia University

Aristotle’s Infinities in Late Renaissance Thinking

Ian Maclean, All Souls College, University of Oxford

Autour de l’Ethique à Nicomaque: Montaigne et le débat ramiste sur la philosophie morale

François Rigolot, Princeton University

Peut-on parler de seconde scolastique française?

Marie-Luce Demonet, Université de Poitiers

Prudence et “panurgie”: le machiavélisme, est-if aristotilicien?

Francis Goyet, Université de Grenoble

Aristotle’s Prudence, and Pyrrho’s

John O’Brien, Royal Holloway. University of London

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